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View looking south at the well-preserved eight-chambered granary of Hadrian (Roman Emperor A.D. 117–138). The two-story stone structure is on the left side of the image. To the right (north) of the granary is the "Pseudoperipteral Temple-Tomb.
The green reeds in the foreground are located in a marshy area where the ancient harbor used to be. In the distance, the blue Mediterranean is visible.
Compare the Granary of Hadrian at Andriace—only 35 mi. [56 km.] to the east.