South Section of Philippi Archaeological Site

The Via Egnatia, in the south section of the Philippi site, was the main street of Roman Philippi (note the ruts worn by chariots). It runs alongside the forum, which was built mostly under the reign of Emperor Marcus Aurelius. All around are vestiges of the market, and the Basilica, the construction of which was never completed.

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Philippi: Episcopal District
Philippi: Episcopal District
Adjacent to the forum, to the east, the
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Philippi Philippi
Philippi
The ancient city of Fílipi, on the
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North Section of the Philippes Archaeological Site
North Section of the Philippes Archaeological Site
In addition to the ruins of the basilica
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Philippi: Episcopal District
Philippi: Episcopal District
Adjacent to the forum, to the east, the
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Philippi Philippi
Philippi
The ancient city of Fílipi, on the
1:00
North Section of the Philippes Archaeological Site
North Section of the Philippes Archaeological Site
In addition to the ruins of the basilica
1:00
See all