“To the left of today’s fairythia,” Libononi “,” Hamdi “and” Valsamari “, the ruins of the Lamitics have been identified, one of the most important cities of Ancient and Medieval Epirus. It is particularly well-known by the patristic secretariat, the Saint Successor, Bishop of Light at the 5th century. In the field of light, the city’s temples, dating back to the Early Christian and Middle Byzantine period, were located and are continuously discarded, “and emerge brightly in one of the most important archaeological sites of Thesprotia. ). Agia Paraskevi in Palokklisi, Panagia Lavoubetra and Agia Fotini in Balzamari, 3 of the temples that testify to the growth of the Light Night at the Early Christian times and the latest the Late Byzantine period.