The enormous length of this street, all the way from the Heracles Gate to the Celsus Library, is it main source of interest. It does contain a dramatic procession of pillars that used to hold up the two-storied shops that once lined it, and many have carvings of some beauty and interest. But they may not necessarily be original, as the street came crashing down in the 4th Cent. AD, and new pillars wee imported from other parts of the city. The entire street is quite well paved, but I am not sure how original the present tiles are.
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