Thursday, 8 November 2007

Agora: What's in a name

click here to go to the blogThe first Agoras were built in Ancient Greece as and are generally seen to be meeting places, and the hub around which a city conducted its economic and social/political activity. Indeed the trial and conviction of Socrates took place in an Agora. However when they were first created they were places that in Greek history ...

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