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Nikopolis, Roman necropoleis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Nikopolis, Roman necropoleis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Nikopolis Museum open storage.

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Altars inscribed to the deified Hadrian as Zeus Dodonaios and the deified Sabina as Artemis Kelkaia.

From Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Semicircular marble base, with reliefs depicting ten gods and heroes, in a 'manneristic archaizing' (Neoattic) style.

Probably from the altar of Apollo; found during excavation of Octavian's victory monument for Actium on the site of his camp; an inscription dates the monument's dedication to 29-27 BCE.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Ceramic urns.

Nikopolis, Roman necropoleis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Clay oil lamps, vessels, and glass vessel.

Nikopolis, Roman necropoleis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Sarcophagus with relief decoration of an Eros, garlands, rosettes, and bucrania.

From Nikopolis, Southern Necropolis.

Marble, Attic Workshop, 2nd c. CE.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Nikopolis Museum open storage.

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Relief sculpture depicting fish and squid; fragment of an altar screen.

Perhaps from Basilica A ('of Doumetios'), Nikopolis, 6th c. CE.

 

Nikopolis Museum open storage.

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Nikopolis Museum open storage.

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Nikopolis Museum open storage.

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Terracotta figurines, knucklebones.

Nikopolis, Roman.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Tools and agricultural implements.

Nikopolis, Roman/Late Roman period.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Bronze fibulae and bone pins.

Nikopolis, Roman/Late Roman period.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Glass containers, marble mortarium, bone spoon, pestle.

Nikopolis, Roman/Late Roman period.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Nikopolis, Roman/Late Roman period.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Bricks, tiles, cooking pots, transport vessels, urns.

Nikopolis, Roman/Late Roman periods.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Nikopolis, Roman/Late Roman periods.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Marble animal-head architectural sculpture.

Nikopolis, Late Roman period.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Nikopolis, Roman-Late Roman periods.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Nikopolis, Roman-Late Roman periods.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Bronze statuette of Hermes.

Nikopolis, Roman period.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Terracotta lamps, metal buckles, fibulae, pendants.

Nikopolis, 7th-10th c. CE ('Dark Ages')

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Clay and glass lamps, candela, fixtures from polykandela, and lamp supports.

Nikopolis, 5th-6th c. CE

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Metal locks, keys, bolts, latches, rings and other fixtures, from Basilicas A and B, 5th-6th c. CE.

Glass tiles with enclosed gold foil, Basilica B, 6th c. CE.

Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Fragment of a marble two-sided closure panel, with relief decoration of cross and lambs.

Nikopolis, Basilica A, 6th c. CE.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Bread stamps, lamps, jewelry, and doctors' implements with the symbol of the cross; fragments of a storage jar and brick with Christian graffiti; Byzantine coins.

Nikopolis, Late Antique to Byzantine periods.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Spolia from the Late Roman/Early Christian walls, built during the 2nd half of the 5th c. CE and refurbished by Justinian in the 6th c.

Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Circular statue base with relief decoration of an Amazonomachy, 1st-2nd c. CE, reused as the base of an ambo in the 5th-6th c. CE and covered with mosaic decoration depicting saints.

Basilica B, Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Circular statue base with relief decoration of an Amazonomachy, 1st-2nd c. CE, reused as the base of an ambo in the 5th-6th c. CE and covered with mosaic decoration depicting saints.

Basilica B, Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Circular statue base with relief decoration of an Amazonomachy, 1st-2nd c. CE, reused as the base of an ambo in the 5th-6th c. CE and covered with mosaic decoration depicting saints.

Basilica B, Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Circular statue base with relief decoration of an Amazonomachy, 1st-2nd c. CE, reused as the base of an ambo in the 5th-6th c. CE and covered with mosaic decoration depicting saints.

Basilica B, Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Circular statue base with relief decoration of an Amazonomachy, 1st-2nd c. CE, reused as the base of an ambo in the 5th-6th c. CE and covered with mosaic decoration depicting saints.

Basilica B, Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Fragment of a Roman marble relief.

Spolia from the Late Roman/Early Christian walls, built during the 2nd half of the 5th c. CE and refurbished by Justinian in the 6th c.

Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Fragment of a Roman marble portrait, perhaps Severan in date.

Spolia from the Late Roman/Early Christian walls, built during the 2nd half of the 5th c. CE and refurbished by Justinian in the 6th c.

Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Marble portrait of the emperor Marcus Aurelius(?).

Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Funerary stele of the sailor Ceppius Ferox.

From Nikopolis, 1st c. CE.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Male portrait head (Flavian?)

From Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Marble female portrait head.

From Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Statue of a goddess (the deified Sabina?)

Roman, Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Bone flute, terracotta oil lamps, and bronze coins.

Roman, Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Stele with relief depicting gladiators.

Roman, Nikopolis.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Semicircular marble base, with reliefs depicting ten gods and heroes, in a 'manneristic archaizing' (Neoattic) style.

Probably from the altar of Apollo; found during excavation of Octavian's victory monument for Actium on the site of his camp; an inscription dates the monument's dedication to 29-27 BCE.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Semicircular marble base, with reliefs depicting ten gods and heroes, in a 'manneristic archaizing' (Neoattic) style.

Probably from the altar of Apollo; found during excavation of Octavian's victory monument for Actium on the site of his camp; an inscription dates the monument's dedication to 29-27 BCE.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Semicircular marble base, with reliefs depicting ten gods and heroes, in a 'manneristic archaizing' (Neoattic) style.

Probably from the altar of Apollo; found during excavation of Octavian's victory monument for Actium on the site of his camp; an inscription dates the monument's dedication to 29-27 BCE.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Relief depicting a funerary banquet.

Attic workshop, 4th c. BCE.

(From Nikopolis?)

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis, Preveza, Epirus, Greece (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Marble relief fragments from a procession frieze.

From the altar on the upper terrace of Octavian's victory monument for Actium on the site of his camp; an inscription dates the monument's dedication to 29-27 BCE.

Above, stamped roof tiles from the surrounding stoa.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

Marble relief fragments from a frieze of arms.

From the altar on the upper terrace of Octavian's victory monument for Actium on the site of his camp; an inscription dates the monument's dedication to 29-27 BCE.

 

Archaeological Museum of Nikopolis (Ministry of Culture; Wikipedia).

(Νικόπολις: Pleiades; PECS-Perseus; Wikipedia)

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