Posted by nathan on 12 Dec 2018 in Activity log
Came across a source source to help with the placement of structures within the ancient city of Sparta. Pausanias' account can often be vague using words like "near" and "opposite" to describe locations. THe source is from 1893 and has some detailed drawings that reference locations we can still see today. The authors name is Nicholas Crosby and the stable link is below.
Spartan Topography: https://www.jstor.org/stable/496068
Every time this source is used to place something in Sparta, put a note saying it was used.
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