from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In ancient and modern Greece, a senate-house or assembly-chamber.
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The bouleuterion was a small amphitheater-like building which housed the council of the citizens in the
Its proportions and shape suggest that we may have found the council house (bouleuterion) of the Hellenistic city.
The NW Heroon seen from the bouleuterion toward the end of the week
Structural stabilization of the council house, or bouleuterion, at Aphrodisias, Turkey
The Serdica bouleuterion had a diameter of about 20 meters.
According to Peev, the bouleuterion of the city of Serdica was located under the northwestern corner of today's building of the Sheraton Sofia Hotel Balkan.
Also in this area near the theatre was a bouleuterion (city council building, with odeon), some mostly ruined temples, an overgrown agora, an 'unidentified building', and five cisterns carved deep into the mountain