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Another point that I learned is that the Greek town was clustered around the Acropolis. A sea wall surrounded this town that some foundations are still left of. During the Roman Times, because of a lack of land, the town moved onto the hill that it now occupies with many of the buildings built with blocks from the Greek town. (A processes known as quarrying). Apparently the plain to the west of the town supported crops for town to supplement the fishing of the village.
According to "The Living Past of Greece", Ermioni is an excellent example of an ancient Polis site. I take it because of its location and its set up.
For a full description Ermioni, please see part I
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