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This section contains maps of coastal plain at Athens and photos of Long Walls. The Long Walls joining Athens with its harbors are universally recognized as symbols of naval imperialism and the lynchpin of a radical departure from traditional Greek military strategy during the later fifth century B.C. Nevertheless, many important questions about the structures remain disputed or simply neglected.

Keywords:Athens; Hellenistic times; Long Walls

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