Built in the 4th century BC
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- Archaeological Site of Aigai: Temple and palace, there are earlier tombs
- Archaeological site of Philippi: founded in 356 BCE
- Butrint: By the 4th century BC it had grown in importance and included a theatre, a sanctuary to Asclepius and an agora. Around 380 BC, the settlement was fortified with a new 870 metres long wall (wiki)
- Epidaurus: Epidaurus entered its greatest period in the 4th century BC, when the Temple of Apollo Maneates and the great monuments of the Hieron were built. (AB ev)
- Land of Frankincense: "By 300 BCE the site of Shisr had become part of this network." (formal network for incense) (AB ev) - Khor Rori is later, ca. 1st century BC
- Rio Abiseo National Park: "constitute an outstanding example of pre-Hispanic human occupation at high altitudes in the Andean region from as early as the 4th century BC" (ICOMOS); Gran Pajaten is dated from -900-200 BC and 200 BC-AD 600, but the ruins that can be seen today were constructed in the Inca times (1200-1500 AD) Link
- Stari Grad Plain: "land parcel system, dating from the 4th century BC"
- The Persian Qanat: Qasabeh, Khorasan-e Razavi/Gonabad, dates from 3- 4 centuries BCE (AB ev)
- Thracian tomb of Kazanlak: Late 4th century, could also be 3rd (unesco website)
- Xanthos-Letoon: trilingual inscription dates to 358 B.C.; Nereid Monument "is thought to have been built in the early fourth century BCE" (wiki)
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