The strengthened level or citadel of a historical Greek town.
an increasing area keeping a building or cluster of buildings, especially in a pre-Columbian town.
A promontory (usually fortified with a citadel) creating the hub of many Grecian urban centers, and around which numerous were built for defensive reasons before and during the traditional duration; compare Acropolis.
top of the component, or the citadel, of a Grecian town; specially, the citadel of Athens.
The citadel of a Grecian city, usually the website associated with original settlement, and situated on an eminence commanding the surrounding country.