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The temple near the summit of mountain of Agios Elias at Asea is in ruins with only the stone foundation visible, although one complete capital and a triglyph survive. Other archaeological material which includes pottery, roof tiles and miscellaneous stone objects were recovered in a brief four-week excavation campaign in 1997. Roof tiles of a temple suggest a date of construction from c. 590–560 BC. Some of the pottery is local/regional, with other examples originating from many parts of southern Greece in addition to Attica and possibly East Greece indicates this site was not isolated, but sustained an active trading network thought the rest of Greece.