|Summary:||Square roofed colonnade; in the Agora, beneath the Stoa of Attalos.|
|Date:||ca. 338 BC - 300 BC|
Wall: 58.8 m x 58.8 m; peristyle court: 38.75 m square; aisle: 8.60 m deep; intercolumniation 3.01 m.
Walled square enclosure with entrances on east and west. Inner Doric colonnade of 14 x 14 columns.
Size and location would have made this an appropriate meeting place for the law courts. Travlos dates this building to the time of Lykourgos, 338 - 326 B.C., and states the building was carefully constructed. Camp dates the building to 300 B.C. and considers its construction to have been "shoddy," with the west side unfinished.