Visual Timeline: Epidaurus
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3000 BCE: First habitation of Epidaurus site.
1450 BCE: Mycenaean monumental architecture first appears at Epidaurus.
1200 BCE - 1100 BCE: Mycenaean Epidaurus at its peak of prosperity.
500 BCE: Asclepius becomes principal god of worship at Epidaurus.
380 BCE - 375 BCE: Temple to Asclepius constructed at Epidaurus.
340 BCE - 330 BCE: Theatre of Epidaurus first constructed.
320 BCE: Temple dedicated to Aphrodite constructed at Epidaurus.
100 CE - 200 CE: Roman building additions to Epidaurus under rule of senator Antonius.
395 CE: Epidaurus destroyed by invading Goths.
426 CE: Roman Emperor Theodosius II orders closure of Epidaurus sanctuary.
551 CE: Epidaurus site definitively destroyed by earthquake.