In the area of Plateia Dioikitiriou - in the historical centre of Thessaloniki - a building square of the city has been discovered with evidence of habitation covering a wide chronological span from Hellenistic to post-Byzantine times. This is the only such architectural unit known in the city. It is strikingly well preserved with building walls standing to a height of 2.80 m. This urban island lies to the east of a Roman road, 6 metres wide, which formed one of the main arteries of the perpendicular road network of the city. To date, a dense network of drainage and water supply channels of various types has been found, including the earliest drainage system of Roman times with a stone built vaulted covering.
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