East Propylon

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The East Propylon is the eastern entrance of the Roman Agora in Athens. Built in 19-11 BCE, it constituted of 4 Ionic columns made of gray Hymettian marble.[1]

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  1. ^ www.grisel.net/roman_agora, URL accessed on June 5, 2008.

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Coordinates: 37°58′27″N 23°43′36″E / 37.9742°N 23.7267°E / 37.9742; 23.7267