Esculapi of Empúries (Catalan Archaeological Museum)

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Esculapi of Empúries (Catalan Archaeological Museum)
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Empúries, formerly known by its Spanish name Ampurias (Spanish pronunciation: [amˈpuɾjas]), was a town on the Mediterranean coast of the Catalan comarca of Alt Empordà in Catalonia, Spain. It was founded in 575 BC by Greek colonists from Phocaea with the name of Ἐμπόριον (Emporion, meaning “market”, cf. emporion). It was later occupied by the Romans (Latin: EMPORIÆ), but in the Early Middle Ages, when its exposed coastal position left it open to marauders, the town was abandoned.
The ruins are midway between the Costa Brava town of L’Escala and the tiny village of Sant Martí. There are good car parking facilities and the site may be reached by a traffic-free coastal walk from L’Escala.