The Exedra (Greek plural exedres; Latin exedrae) immediately after the Sanctuary of Artemidoros were three temple-like buildings of the Roman period (1st - 2nd century AD). Built in a row, they housed statues of individuals from prominent families of Thera who were honored by the city. On a raised platform of three or four tiers, they held pedestals for the statues. The inscribed bases of some of the statues survive today.
|Altitude (in meters)||:||353|
|Chronological Period||:||Roman Period|
|Duration of Visit||:||1 hour 30 minutes|
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South Central Section of the City - Ancient TheraKIKLADES, THIRA, Municipal Division