tuff

(Italian tufo) a stone deriving from compressed volcanic ash: light porous and resistant volute an architectural feature or support in the form of a spiral scroll

sachnisia

the projecting upper portion of a building in wood or lath and plaster typical of the architecture of Northern Greece and Greek Asia Minor

immunitas

(of a Roman dependency) exemption from certain prescribed fiscal obligations

opussectile

(more general) floor or wall decoration created from cut and inlaid polychrome stones

neorion

“(pl. neoria) a shed for the drying and storing of wooden boats nymph presiding divinities of springs grottoes and pools of water

nome

a prefecture and administrative division of Greece

exonarthex

an outer vestibule of a Byzantine church preceding the narthex (see below) Geometric period-the 10th late 8th centuries bc Hellenistic periodera of and after the campaigns of Alexander the Great [...]

ephebe

a boy in Greek society who had reached the age of puberty