Sparta Under Roman Rule. Important Dates. Classical (Archaic) Agoge Early 6 th century to c. 270-250 B.C. Hellenistic (Cleomenean) Agoge 226-188 B.C. Roman Agoge 146 B.C to Fourth Century A.D. . The Spartan Agoge.
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In this area of the sanctuary which is located in the ancient "demos" (district) of Limnes at Sparta, the excavations conducted by the British Archaeological School at Athens, at the beginning of the century, revealed remains of successive phases in the construction of the temple of Artemis Orthia. The last phase is dated to the Hellenistic period but interventions were also made in the temple , during the Roman period.