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Cleopatra's House, Delos

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  • The ruins of a mansion situated in the theater 'district' of Delos is a structure from the 2nd century BC. The home is said to be of a wealthy Athenian couple of that era, so do not be misled by the n...  more »
  • Very well preserved within the island of Delos should be carry read part of it history or with guide for to understand an oco more, views wonderful
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  • The house belonged to the famous Queen of Egypt, but a Lady of high society of Delos. At the entrance of the mansion we see the sculptures of the owners and take that question time.
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  • Not Cleopatra VII, the famous Greek queen, last pharaoh of Egypt. In 1906 French archaeologists found the headless statues of the owners of this house, Dioskourides and his wife Cleopatra, a couple from Athens; they were erected in 138 BC by Cleopatra after the death of her husband; Cleopatra is a Greek name meaning "glory of her father". Worth seing.
  • On Delos there were no numbers of the streets and no numbers either. How did then people know at which door to knock? By these kind of status at the entrance of the house. For sure, their looks needed to be renewed every few years, accordingly to the owners looks. Not the whole statue would be renovated, but just a head of it.