was built in the 6th century B.C. in Hellenistic
style which is buried approximately 2m below the
present Agora today. The information
about this one was obtained from drillings. The
present one was also built during the
Hellenistic ages (approximately 1st century
B.C.) together with the square shaped temple.
The temple was demolished totally during the
following ages and never being built again.
The place mainly
consisted of a large open space (160m x 56m) on
the right hand side of the museum entrance. It
was located next to a marble road on the
mountain side. This large space was surrounded
Gaius Laecanius Fountain and the
The temple in
the middle was suggested to be Isis temple but
recent findings suggest that it was most likely
About 3m below
the surface a road surrounding the Panayir
mountain was found alongside the tombs. One of
these tombs are on display in the
The north and
eastern stoas remained in good shape till today.
renovations were done by Emperor Theodusius
between 379-395 A.D.