The Ancient Agora of Argos started to be organized during the 5th century B.C. in the south of the city, on the crossroads from the Heraion of Argos, Corinth and Tegea. The architectural programme was completed at the end of the 4th century B.C.
During the Classical and the Hellenistic periods, the Agora was surrounded by porticos and buildings which can hardly be distinguished at present under the later architectural phases.
Excavations in the area have uncovered a bouleuterion, built in 460 B.C. when Argos adopted the democratic regime, a Sanctuary of Apollo Lyceus and a palaestra.
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