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Emporium (medieval Latin from Greek emporos = 'merchant'; plural: emporia; alternate plural: emporiums) is a term used to denote a store which sells a wide variety of goods as well as a marketplace or trading center in ancient cities such as the agoras found in ancient Greece.
- Emporium (antiquity), places which the traders of one country had reserved to their business interests within the territory of another country
- Emporium (early medieval), an early medieval European trading post
It may also refer to:
- Emporium, Pennsylvania – U.S. city
- Emporium (Bangkok) – shopping mall in Thailand
- Emporium (department store chain) – defunct U.S. retailer operating in five western states
- The Emporium, San Francisco – former department store in the San Francisco Bay Area
- The Emporium - a building in Jamestown, California, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Tuolumne County, California
- Emporium (short stories) – collection of short stories
- All pages with titles containing "Emporium"
- Empúries town founded with the name of Ἐμπόριον, in 575 BC, by Greek colonists from Phocaea
- Emporia (disambiguation)
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