Ancient Odeons and Bouleuterions in Turkey






The Bouleuterion of Lyrbe is located at the southern end of the two-storey row of shops in the east of the imperial Agora. The building north of the Agora, originally identified as Bouleuterion, proved to be a small podium temple with a former four-column pronaos.
The semicircular foundation of the cavea is preserved. The building was covered. It can be assumed that it was also used as an odeon.

The Bouleuterion at the end of the row of shops in the west of the Agora (right)    
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