Visual Timeline: Nemea
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6000 BCE - 5000 BCE: First inhabitation of the Nemean valley.
573 BCE: First athletic games at Nemea in honour of Zeus.
453 BCE: Pericles erects trophy at Nemea after Athenian victory over the Sikyonians.
415 BCE - 330 BCE: Nemean Games relocated to Argos.
330 BCE: Athletic Games return from Argos to Nemea.
330 BCE: Temple of Zeus built at Nemea.
330 BCE - 300 BCE: Extensive building programme at Nemea funded by the Macedonians.
330 BCE - 320 BCE: New stadium constructed at Nemea.
271 BCE: Final Games at Nemea.
269 BCE: Nemean Games definitively moved to Argos.
150 CE: Pausanias visits the abandoned site of Nemea.
300 CE - 350 CE: Christian Basilica built at Nemea.
393 CE: Roman Emperor Theodosius definitively ends all pagan Games in Greece.