Definition updated on November 2023

What was an Agora in ancient civilizations?

An Agora was the central public space in ancient Greek city-states, a place for commerce, conversation, and civic life. It served as a key meeting point for the exchange of goods and ideas, playing a fundamental role in the development of democracy.

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