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View from the theater looking east. On the left (north) side of the image note the stage and cavea of the theater. Proceeding away from the viewer is the stoa, originally covered, outlined by the wall on its left and columns on its right. At the end of this stoa was the library of the Asclepion.
In the lower right quadrant of the image, near the small light green tree, is the western most of the pools. Above, and slightly to the left of this tree is the column base just above the spring. Near the larger dark green tree, right of center, are the eastern pool and the entrance to the underground tunnel – but these are difficult to discern in this image.
Just above the center of the image, the square propylon, entrance, to the Asclepion is visible.
For a brief description of the Asclepion Click Here.