The excavations in Azoros began in October 1995. The wall, unearthed by the excavations, is one of a kind as polygonal stones were used for its construction. In the same spot, the tomb of a woman holding a baby was, also, discovered. Aside of tombs, other findings brought to light were public buildings and an important Byzantine cemetery with a cross-shaped church. Kastri peak, just above the excavation area, was the acropolis of the ancient city. Two Paleo-Christian basilicas have been found, one at the acropolis of Agios Athanasios and the other, dating back to the 7th century, at Palaiokklisi.