Category:Beulé Gate (Athens)

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English: During the 3rd century AD, under threat from a Herulian invasion, repairs were made to the Acropolis walls, and the "Beule Gate" was constructed to restrict entrance in front of the Propylaia, thus returning the Acropolis to use as a fortress.
<nowiki>Porta Beulé; Porte Beulé; Beulén portti; Beulé Gate; Πύλη Beule; Beulé Gate; monument antique d'Athènes; late Roman fortified gate at the Athens Acropolis; archäologische Stätte in Griechenland; κύρια είσοδος της Ακρόπολης Αθηνών; archeologische vindplaats in Griekenland; Beule Gate</nowiki>
Beulé Gate 
late Roman fortified gate at the Athens Acropolis
Propylaea and Temple of Athena Nike at the Acropolis (Pierer).jpg
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LocationAcropolis of Athens, Athens, Achaea
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  • listed archaeological site in Greece
  • part of UNESCO World Heritage Site (1888–)
  • 3rd century
Map37° 58′ 17.87″ N, 23° 43′ 28.58″ E
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