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Asklepieion (Sanctuary) of Anicient Lissos 3D Model
Lissos was the port of ancient Elyros. Its pre-Hellenic name suggests that it was inhabited well before the Doric period. The natural harbour and the medicinal springs present helped Lissos flourish to a great extent, mainly during the Doric, the Hellenistic and the Roman period. Having established a powerful commercial and a fishing fleet, and featuring a sanctuary of Asklepios, the town managed to accumulate wealth, and was one of the few towns of Crete which minted gold coins. The therapeutic waters of the spring, which still exists today in the location of Temenia, prompted the founding of the Asklepieion (= sanctuary of Asklepiós) of the town. (Text form: http://www.destinationcrete.gr/en/archaeological-sites/chania-archaeological-sites/archaia-lissos)