Columns and ruins of buildings at the site of Antigoneia, near Gjirokastra, Albania. Thought to be founded by King Pyrrhus of Epirus in the 3rd century BC and named in honour of his wife Antigone, the site is on a hill which was an acropolis with houses, streets and an agora. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Columns and ruins of buildings at the site of Antigoneia, near Gjirokastra, Albania. Thought to be founded by King Pyrrhus of Epirus in the 3rd century BC and named in honour of his wife Antigone, the site is on a hill which was an acropolis with houses, streets and an agora. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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