Agoraios Kolonos

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Agoraios Kolonos (/kəˈlnɒs/; Ancient Greek: Κολωνός Ἀγοραῖος; Greek: Αγοραίος Κολωνός, meaning "the hill next to the Agora"), located to the south and adjacently situated on a hill near the Temple of Hephaestus, used to be the meeting place of the ancient Athenian craftsmen.[1]

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  1. ^ plato-dialogues.org, URL accessed on June 2, 2008.

Coordinates: 37°58′30″N 23°43′15″E / 37.9750°N 23.7208°E / 37.9750; 23.7208