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Forum, the place of general assembly in a Roman city, as the Agora was in a Greek.

ArchitectureThomas Roger Smith

Every Greek city had its agora, or marketplace, as every Roman city had its forum.

Vistas in SicilyArthur Stanley Riggs

Traces remain of paved roads both within the agora and leading out of it; but the whole site is now a deserted and feverish swamp.

We know that the statues of eponymous heroes were set up in the agora.

The temples should be placed round the Agora, and the city built in a circle on the heights.

LawsPlato

"What the Agora was to the Athenians," he said, and finished the sentence with an expressive wave of the hand.

They became fast friends, and whenever the old man talked in the Agora, Alcibiades was on hand to keep order.

Socrates and Euripides walked with sad faces among the ruins on the Agora.

Historical MiniaturesAugust Strindberg

Its scena is of rather irregular shape, and borders one of the narrow ends of the agora.

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