|Summary:||Irregularly shaped building; just southwest of the Agora, and west of the Triangular Shrine.|
|Date:||ca. 475 BC - 275 BC|
A complex of several rooms. Two cisterns in the largest room.
The house is referred to as the House of the Marbleworkers Mikion and Menon and was in use from 475 to 275 B.C. A bone tool inscribed with the name Mikion, ca. 475 B.C., and pottery dating to ca. 275 B.C. bearing the name Menon, were all found at this location. Excavation has revealed tools, marble dust and unfinished sculpture, supporting the belief that this area, just to the southwest of the Agora, was a location for marble working.