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philippsThe ancient city Phillips bears the name of Philippe II from Macedonia, the Alexandre the Great father and the victorious on the Greek allies at the battle of Chaeronea.

Most vestiges came from the Roman empire and Byzantine times. Its prosperity was ensured thanks to its position on the Via Egnatia, with its fertile plain and its gold mines.


Ancient Philipps

Theatre and north district

The walls of Phillips and the theater
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Ancient theatre (IVth BC; II AC)
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Basilica (VIth AC)
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Forum and south district

The Via Egnatia separating the north and south districts
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The roman forum (IIth AC)
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The Pilars basilica (VIth AC, byzantine)
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Eastward district : byzantines mosaics of the paleochristian basilica
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