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View looking northwest at the Exedra of Herodes Atticus. This was built in A.D. 160. This semicircular area was more than a mere meeting area, but was in fact a large water fountain, a nymphaeum, that actually provided water to the whole sacred area, Altis, of Olympia.
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This same Herodes Atticus built the “Theater of Herodes Atticus” on the southern slope of the Acropolis in Athens..