The Rotunda Of Galerius: The Small Pantheon Of Greece

The Rotunda of Galerius, was built in the early 4th century AD in Thessaloniki. Subsequently, it served as a church, and its dome was decorated with outstanding Byzantine mosaics.

Apr 10, 2021By Dominik Stachowiak
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By Dominik StachowiakDominik is an archaeologist. He holds a BA and a MA in archaeology from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poland, with a specialty in Mediterranean archaeology and cultural heritage. For two years he pursued his interest in the Late Roman and Byzantine periods as an Erasmus student at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. His focus is on material culture and architecture, but also on the transition between antiquity and the middle ages in the Roman East. Currently, he studies Modern Greek Philology in Poland.