Tiryns, Greece, 2017.10.17
Tiryns, Greece, 2017.10.17.
Nikon D7200, 12-24mm f/4G lens @12mm f/7.1, aperture priority.

"The citadel itself is on three levels. It is unclear as to the function of the Lower and Middle Citadels but the remains of a pottery kiln suggest that they may have been used as areas for workshops. The Upper Citadel has foundation remains of the monumental Great Propylon which led to the heart of the complex and throne of the ruler: the Great Megaron and colonnaded Central Court. Smaller outer courts, a long rectangular building, a smaller Propylon, two wings of buildings on the east and west sides and the remains of at least two staircases (suggesting a second level to some buildings) complete the Mycenaean palace structure."

— Mark Cartwright, "Tiryns", Ancient History Encyclopedia