added by archaeologs A Classical Greek city with the sanctuary of the healing god Asklepios, in the Peloponnese. The lower city and harbor are now submerged, but sections of Cyclopean wall are still visible. Epidauros was famous for the sanctuary, especially from the 4th century BC onwards. There were two Doric cult buildings and a fine Doric rotunda with labyrinth. There were baths, a stadium, hospitals and sanitariums, and a magnificent 4th-century BC theater, which is exceptionally well-preserved.