“On the right bank of Kalamas, 7 km west of Vrosina, at the top of the hill south of the modern homonymous village, is the ancient settlement of Rabeni. The absence of excavation data and archaeological investigations does not allow safe assumptions for the period of habitation, extent and exact character of the position. The walls of the settlement protect the most smooth sides. The Kalamas River, a large aquatic road as early as antiquity, which ensured the communication of the coastal regions with the mountainous hinterland, seems to have played an important role in the establishment of the fortified settlement of Rabeni. Based on the features of fortification, the dating of the settlement is generally accepted in late classics – Hellenistic times. The few elements we have appear to have testified about the existence of a small settlement, which has to be found after 350 BC. However, in the absence of excavating data, a more accurate dating can not be given. This period, from mid-quarter century BC. And then, it is an important station in the history of Thesprotia: the small king kots are accompanied and the first cities are founded, which are fortified with strong walls. It should also be noted that the foundation of both the radian and a series of similar fortified settlements coincides, probably, with the territorial reclassifications that were held in the continent during the 4th century BC. And, consequently, with changes in the limits of influence of continental sexes, especially the Theses, Molosses and Honors. The creation of fortifications is intensified around 300 BC. All of these, however, have not always been the core of real cities, as many remained just forts, who have avoided the populations of the wider region during hostile raids. In this category, the Rabenic settlement is also included. “The settlement of Rabeni, about 20 acres, surrounds walls, about 590 m long, which protect most smooth sides. On the rocky and very steep south sides, traces of walls are not kept, while the walls of the Eastern, West and North side are preserved, where an ancient road leads to the gate of the settlement, a width of 2.80 m. Powerful polygonal walls, thickness 2.80 – 3,50 m, are preserved in the west, north and, partly, on the eastern side, which were strengthened with at least five rectangular towers. The walls are better saved on the north side, at a height of more than 3 m, while the towers are better maintained on the west side. On the western side the wall follows a straight-line path to North to North. At a distance of 60 meters from its southwest corner, a tower is formed, while a second is located at a distance of about 90 ms to north. At this point, the wall is bent to the east and is a straight line for 30 m, until the gateway area, where its end. On the eastern side, the wall is detected in a length of 38 m, heading from south to North and is reinforced by two rectangular towers, approximately 28 m. From the northernmost towers and to the northwest, the wall is located for 110 m, reinforced with one more tower. At this point the wall forms a guard and continues for 32 m. Its course to the west, where he meets the corresponding northern leg of the Western Wall. From there, and about 6 m. The two northern firewall arms go alongside. There is thus a narrow corridor, floating width between 1.50 and 2.50 m, in depth of which the gate opens, which both these two arms protected. West of the Gateway The wall is made in the polygonal system, while east, the Tromotion system becomes ismal. Finally, there are traces of an ancient road that led low to the river. From the interior of the fortified site, relics of buildings have been reported, which, however, could not be released due to the dense vegetation that currently covers the archaeological site. Also, older references refer to a large amount of roof fragments, while finding currencies inside the Acropolis. ” In the surrounding area and specifically in the areas of Agia Paraskevi in the west and Agia Marina, in the “Anapytes”, in the northwest there are ancient tombs. It is an open-air, universally open space, access to which it can be done through the provincial road of Filiates – Ioannina, through Keramitsa.