The antiquities visible to present-day visitors to the Museum’s excavation site belong to the impressive Building Z, founded around the mid-5th cent. AD, and to its new wing, Building E, erected at the beginning of the next century. Among them are islets of remains representing older buildings, such as Houses Γ, Η and ΣΤ, built in the late 4th or early 5th cent. AD; a private bath belonging to a luxurious villa of the 2nd-3rd cents. AD; as well as four public latrines that operated in succession from the 2nd cent. BC to the 5th cent. AD. Lastly, at the southwest edge of the site, House Θ’s remains are preserved, especially those belonging to the building’s earlier phases of the 5th and 3rd cents. BC.