Early Bronze Age village.


  • Rural settlement
  • visible
  • Location ± 0-5 m.
(see also PELAGIOS)



Battle of Nemea in 394 BC

Battle in the Corinthian War.

Archaeological Museum of Nemea - Archeologiko Mousio Nemeas

Archaeological Museum of Nemea. Apart from the temple, the museum houses finds from various archaeological sites in the Nemea region, which span from the Early Neolithic to the Byzantine times.


Ancient Greek religious centre in Argolis.

Nemea, Aquaeduct

The aqueduct of ancient Nemea.


Surroundings (Panoramio)


Tsoungiza had been excavated in 1924 by Carl Blegen and then in 1927 and 1928 by James Harland, but unfortunately their work had never been fully published. The renewed excavations of the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project were directed by James C. Wright between 1979-1986.

Tsoungiza site was occupied since Early Neolithic Period.


  1. James C. Wright,  Excavations At Tsoungiza (Archaia Nemea) 1981, Hesperia 51, 1982,  pp. 375-397
  2. Daniel J. Pullen, Susan E. Allen, Paul Halstead, Julie M. Hansen, Anna Karabatsoli, Maria Kayafa, Kathleen Krattenmaker, Noel Gale & Zofia Stos-Gale: The Early Bronze Age Village on Tsoungiza Hill.Nemea Valley Archaeological Project I,  American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Princeton 2011
  3. Mary Dabney et Paul Halstead: Mycenaean Feasting on Tsoungiza at Ancient Nemea, in: Hesperia 73, 2004, pp.197-215