The Archaeological Museum of the Sanctuary of Demeter is located in Sagri, right below the archaic Sanctuary of the goddess Demeter. The museum, whose architecture is particularly interesting, has two sections. In the first room, architectural parts of the Sanctuary from the 8th to the 3rd BC are exhibited, such as parts of the pediment, the roof of the temple and the internal columns, as well as votive inscriptions and statues of Kuros. The second room, which is dedicated to the early Christian basilica that was built on the same site, has parts of the pulpit, the marble windows, matrices and lamps, etc. The interior of the early Christian church with its columns and marble slabs is also represented.
Editor: Niki Kalopaidis