In 2015, the archaeological faculty of the University of Avignon under the guidance of Dr. Claire Balandier together with the Department of Antiquities of Paphos, in the framework of the project “Paphos 2017, European Capital of Culture”, conducted excavations on top of a hill, around the Hellenistic mosaic floor. He once decorated the "banquet room" of a rich house. Such a distinguished Roman house was a vivid example of the Roman building of a hill at the turn of the first century before the new and first century of the new era. The construction was carried out by decree and at the expense of the support of the city by the emperor Augustus, after the devastating earthquake. It was a prestigious area, and under the houses in the ancient Greek catacombs, they began to accumulate water and use the ancient structures as private reservoirs and reservoirs.
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