Η Αγία Ειρήνη (Ρηνάκι) στην ΠλάκαPart of : Δελτίον της Χριστιανικής Αρχαιολογικής Εταιρείας ; Vol.49, 2010, pages 47-52
Τhe Church of St Irene (Rinaki) in Plaka
St Irene is a small single-nave church in Navarchou Nikodimou St, Athens. It measures 6 x 6 m. including the semicircular sanctuary apse, covered today by a pitched roof. On the north and south wall are arches supported by marble spolia of the seventh-eighth century. In the interior of the church traces of Middle Byzantine wall-paintings were found. The original phase of the church can be dated to the tenth-eleventh century and was a three-aisled timber-roofed basilica. The next phase is dated to the period of the Ottoman rule. In the nineteenth century the church acquired its present shape.
10th-11th century, Attica, Athens, architecture, church building, basilica, 10oς-11ος αιώνας, Αττική, Αθήνα, αρχιτεκτονική ναοδομία, βασιλική
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