Early Christian Basilica (Eleftherna)
Recent excavations at Pyrgi brought to light a three-aisled Early Christian Basilica built in Ancient Eleftherna. The three aisled and the narthex have been fully revealed, while the mosaic floors with geometrical shapes and plant décor are visible. The walls of the basilica and the pillars supporting the interior arcades were decorated with tiles placed in geometrical – plant shapes. According to one of the surviving inscriptions, the church was built by the Bishop of Eleftherna, Euphratas, and was dedicated to he Archangel Michael.