Monuments class took yet another field trip, this time to the Greek Agora of Athens, which in modern day is similar to a marketplace.
Altar of the open air field at the Pnyx where The Assembly of the People, Ekklesia was held
View of the Acropolis from the Pnyx
Walking along the Panathenaic Way
Temple of Hephaistos is the best-preserved temple of its type in the Greek world.
This is where Socrates died! Right here. No big deal.
Location of yet another water clock, again it is missing but they actually did exist I promise!
Hemlock shot glasses as Michael called them. The amount of hemlock root in just one of those was enough to kill a man, even Socrates.
WATER CLOCK! Finally, the search is over.