|Summary:||Two-aisled stoa; on the north side of the Agora|
|Date:||ca. 475 BC - 450 BC|
12.5 m wide, length ca. 36 m (total length unexcavated).
Doric outer colonnade and an Ionic inner colonnade, opening south.
The building was originally known as the Peisianaktios, from its builder Peisianax. The name Poikile (Painted) is derived from its famous murals painted by artists such as Polygnotos.