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Greek colonists from Gela (Caltanissetta) named it Akragas when they established a beachhead here in the 6th century B.C. In time their settlement grew to become one of the most prosperous cities in Magna Graecia. A great deal of that growth is attributed to the despot Phalaris, who ruled from 571 to 555 B.C. and is said to have roasted his victims inside a brazen bull, eventually meeting the same fate himself.
excerpt from
Frommer's 97 Italy

08 - 10 December 2000

sculptures,
known as Atlantes

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brief pose,
in front of gate ruins

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public buildings

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Old Forge

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Markus Tower

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Temple of Juno

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