|Summary:||Large, square building; in the Agora, near the South Stoa I and west of the Enneakrounos.|
|Date:||ca. 400 BC|
27 m x 29m.
Northern half was a courtyard. Furnaces located in a large room on the southwest corner. Two small rooms in the southeast corner were possibly used for storage.
This building is identified on the basis of excavation finds which included coins and blank coins (flans), industrial debris, and the remains of furnaces and slag basins. In the 2nd century A.D., a temple and Nymphaion were built on the ruins of the Mint, and later, ca. 1000 A.D., a Christian church was built, which is still standing.