• Item ID : 354
  • Collection Name : Holy Metropolis of Argolida
  • Type : Temple
  • Year : c.12th-13th AD
  • Current Place : Prosymna
  • Description : Certain architectural motifs, the church s ceramic decoration, some spots on the western wall that reveals the past existence of some rosettes, shows that the construction of the church took place around the 12th or 13th c. AD.
    The church is small and is “hidden” in the north of Agiannis, in between olive and pine trees.
    The small church is constructed has an inscribed cruciform layout which bears a round dome with a dentil frieze above the openings, so as to facilitate the light entering the naive.
    Ceramic decoration also bears also the arched cyclical windows above the west side entrance.
    Unfortunately we don t know if any hagiographies ever exist in the interior of the church due to the fact that it was plastered in recent years.