Greek inscriptions on pedestals just beside The Propylon - monumental gate that links the Artemis Sanctuary to the Agora. Magnesia on the Meander, Tekin, Ionia, Turkey. The propylon dates from around the first century BC and gives access to the large Agora (188 x 99 metres). The architect responsible for the elegant Agora Ionic stoa was the famous Hermogenes of Priene (late 3rd - early 2nd century BC).
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