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The southern section of the western wall of the town, built using the Lesbian structural system which is considered to be one of the oldest forms of wall building. In the background, the peak of the hill where acropolis of the settlement lies.

The second western tower with the engraved inscriptions ΜΥΡΣΙΝΗ ΑΛΚΕΒΙΑΔΟ and ΑΔΑΜΑΣ ΒΟΣΤΑΔΟΣ. The date back to the 4th century B.C. and were obviously engraved in honor of eminent citizens

Aerial view of the settlement surrounded by a wall towards the southwestern edge of the town. It concerns a large district (50.5 x 46.5 m.), which is protected by the wall on the western side. The other sides are particularly well strengthened. Parallel and perpendicular roads separate the district into a square construction according to the hippodameian system. Shops, factories and houses have been identified. Structural phases from the 5th to the 2nd century B.C. can be discerned
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