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    1. - Art Gallery -

      To the wise man all the worlds a soil

      Ancient "Cities" with a few exceptions today would be considered as village

      Abae

      Abia

      Acropolis, Athens

      Area of the Battle of Actium, Preveza

      Abdera Coin with the Gryphon, 5th century BC

      Abdera

      Abila (Decapolis)

      Abila Lysaniou

      Abila (Peraea)

      Abydos Tetradrachm, Artemis wearing a stephane, earing and necklace, over shoulder bow and quiver
      Eagle , text "ABYDENON", a bunch of grapes, text TARMENIKOY

      Abydos

      Acacesium

      Academia

      Acanthus

      Achaiion

      Achaion Limen

      Acharnae

      Acherdus

      Achilleion (Ionia)

      Achilleum

      Achillicus

      Acontisma

      Acontium

      Acrae (Aetolia)

      Acraephia (Boeotia)

      Acraephnia

      Acriae

      Acripus

      Acrocorinth

      Acropolis of Athens

      Actium

      Adramyttium (Adramyttion), founded by Athenians

      Adranon, Sicily

      Adrasteia (Mysia)

      Aea (Malis)

      Aeantium (Aiantion)

      Aedepsus

      Aegae (Achaea)

      Aegae (Euboea)

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      Aegae (Macedonia)

      Aegalia

      Aege

      Aigeira, Theater

      Aegeira (Aigeira)

      Aegelus

      Aegilia

      Aphaia Temple

      Aegina

      Aeginium

      Aegiroessa

      Aegitium

      Aegium

      The fortress of Aigosthena

      Aegosthena (or Aigosthena)

      Aegys

      Aeneia?(Aineia)

      Aeniania, a city/region in Phthiotis prefecture

      Ainos

      Aenus (Ainos) / Thrace

      Aeolis (Region)

      Aepeia (Messenia)

      Aesa

      Aesepus River

      Aeson (Thessaly)

      Aeson (Thrace)

      Aesyme

      Aethaea

      Aethalidae

      Aetolia Stater, Athena with Corinthian Helmet, Aetolia on a pile of shields of Macedonians and Gauls, Text AITOLON

      Aetolia (region)

      Aexone

      Agamede (Lesbos)

      Agathe Gaia (Agde /Southern France)

      Agathussa /?Telos

      Agia Triada. Crete

      Agirion / Agiria (Agyrium), Sicily

      Agnus (Attica)

      Agraule (Deme)

      Agrileza Mines, Click to enlarge

      Agrinium

      Agryle

      Agryle Hypenerthen

      Aianteion (Troad)

      Aidonia , Mycenaean Necropolis

      Aigoneia

      Aigosthena

      Aina (Crete)

      Ainos

      Aipy

      Airai (Ionia)

      Akragas Tetradrachm, two eagles with a hare, the monster Scylla and a crab, Text AKRAGANTINON, Scylla is a genus of crabs, including the mangrove crab Scylla serrata.

      Akragas / Agrigentum (and the Valley of Temples),

      Akrotiri, Santorini

      Akrotiri

      Alabanda

      Alagonia

      Alalcomenae in Ithaca, Castle of Odysseus, Odysseus was born in the Alalkomenios month

      Alalcomenae

      Alalcomenae (Boeotia)

      Alalcomenae (Ithaca)

      Alalia

      Alapta

      Alazia

      Alea (Arcadia)

      Alea (Thessaly)

      Alesiaeum

      Alexandretta / ?skenderun

      Alexandria

      Alexandria of the Caucasus

      Alexandria Eschate

      Alexandria on the Oxus / Ai-Khanoum

      Alexandria Troas

      Aliphera

      Alium

      Allante (Arcadia)

      Allaria

      Aloion

      Alope (Opuntian Locris)

      Alope (Ozolian Locris)

      Alope (Thessaly)

      Alopece

      Alorus

      Altus (Mygdonia)

      Alyzeia

      Amaseia

      Amathus, Archaeological Site, Images

      Amathus / Cyprus

      Amblada

      Ambrakia

      Ambracus

      Ambrysus (Phocis)

      Amilus

      Amisos (Samsun) / Turkey

      Amnisos

      Amolbos

      Ampelus (Crete)

      Amphanae

      Ampheia

      Amphiaraion

      Amphicleia

      Amphidolis

      Amphigeneia

      Amphilochian Argos

      Amphimalla

      Amphipolis Lion , Amphipolis,

      Amphipolis

      Amphitrope

      Giant Apollo of Amyclae Statue

      Amyclae

      Anabura

      Anacaea

      Anactorium

      Anagyrus

      Anaphlystus

      Ancona

      Ancyle Hypenerthen

      Andania /?Messenia

      Andeda

      Anelontis

      Anemoreia

      Anemosa (Arcadia)

      Anemospilia

      Angeia

      Angele

      Anigrus

      Annaea

      Anopolis

      Antandrus (Antandros /?Mysia

      Anthana

      Anthedon / Boeotia

      Antheia

      Antheia (Achaea)

      Antheia (Argolis)

      Antheia (Messenia)

      Antheia (Thessaly)

      Anthela (Thessaly)

      Anthemus

      Anthene (Cynuria)

      Anticyra (Thessaly)

      Antigonea

      Antigoneia / Arcadia

      Antigonia Psaphara

      Antimachia

      Antinoeis

      Antioch

      Antiochia ad Cragum

      Antiochia Lamotis

      Antiochia in Margiana / Merv

      Antiochia Parliou

      Antiochia ad Pyramum

      Antiochia in Sittacene

      Antiochia in Scythia

      Antiochia ad Taurum

      Antipatrea

      Antipolis (Antibes) / France

      Antissa

      Antron

      Aonia

      Apamea (Babylonia)

      Apamea (Media)

      Apamea Myrlea

      Apamea Ragiana

      Apeitheion

      Apellonia

      Aperopia

      Apheidantes

      Aphidnae

      Aphrodisias

      Aphrodisias (Laconia)

      Aphrodisium (Arcadia)

      Aphytis

      Apia, an ancient name of Peloponnesus named after Apis

      Apidima Cave / Mani

      Apollonia (Aetolia)

      Apollonia (Athos)

      Apollonia (Chalcidice)

      Apollonia, Cyrenaica

      Apollonia (Echinades)

      Apollonia, Illyria

      Apollonia (Kavala)

      Apollonia (Mygdonia)

      Apollonia (Northern Crete)

      Apollonia Pontica (Thrace now Bulgaria Sozopol),

      Apollonia (Siphnos)

      Apollonia (Southern Crete)

      Apollonieis

      Apsalus

      Aptera

      Aptera,

      Araden

      Araphen

      Araplus

      Araethyrea (Argolis)

      Arba (Achaea)

      Arcades (Crete)

      Arcesine (Amorgos)

      Arcesine (Karpathos)

      Archanes

      Archia (Cos)

      Speech of Apostle Paul, Areopagus (Mars Hill)

      Areopagus

      Arethusa (Mygdonia)

      Argeathae

      Argilus (Argilos)

      Argissa Magoula

      Argiza

      Argive Heraion, Click to enlarge

      Argive Heraion, Reconstruction

      Argos ,(Argolis: Region includes Argos, Epidaurus, Mycenae, Tiryns)

      Argolis, Sanctuary of Apollo Deiradiotes and Athena Oxyderkes

      A History of Argos to 500 B.C, Thomas Kelly

      Argos (Nisyros)

      Argura

      Argura (Euboea)

      Argyra (Achaea)

      Argyria (Troad)

      Aria (Crete)

      Arisba (Lesbos)

      Aristonautae

      "Arkadiko Bridges", Petrogephyri, Click to enlarge

      "Arkadiko Bridges", Kazarma

      Arne (Boeotia)

      Arne (Thessaly)

      Arsinoe , Crete

      Asbotos

      Ascheion

      Ascra ( where Hesiod lived)

      Asea (Arcadia)

      Aspendos

      Aspledon / Boeotia

      Mycenaean Asine

      Asine / Argolis

      Assiros in Macedonia (Bronze and Iron Age site of Assiros Toumba )

      Assus (Assos) , /?Minor Asia , Turkey

      Athenaeum (Arcadia)

      Athens ,

      Graffiti in the Athenian Agora, Mabel L. Lang

      Waterworks in the Athenian Agora, Mabel L. Lang

      Birds of the Athenian Agora, Robert Lamberton, Susan I. Rotroff

      Marbleworkers in the Athenian Agora, Carol L. Lawton, Craig A. Mauzy, American School of Classical Studies at Athens

      Women in the Athenian Agora, Susan I. Rotroff, Robert Lamberton, American School of Classical Studies at Athens

      Athens, Ancient Agora

      Athmonum

      Athytos, Eretrian colony in Macedonia (Chalkidice)

      Axos /?Crete, Rethymnon

      Minoan Crete

      Achladia

      Agia (Aghia or Ayia or Hagia) Triada , The Sarcophagus of Aghia Triada

      The Palace at Agia Triada

      Amnisos

      Apesokari

      Apoudoulou

      Archanes

      Arkalochori

      Armeni

      Asopus (Laconia)

      Aspledon

      Assa (Chalcidice)

      Asserus

      Astacus (Acarnania)

      Astale

      Asterium

      Astypalaea (Cos)

      Astypalaea (Samos)

      Atalanta (Bottiaea)

      Athenae (Boeotia)

      Athenae Diades

      Athens

      Atrax (Thessaly)

      Atsipades

      Augeiae (Laconia)

      Augeiae (Locris)

      Aulon (Arcadia)

      Aulon

      Aulon (Crete)

      Aulon (Messenia)

      Aulon (Naxos)

      Auridae

      Axus

      Azenia (Attica)

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