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  • Altavista is an incorporated town in Campbell County, Virginia, United States. The population was 3,425 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Lynchburg Metropolitan Statistical Area.

  • slender flexible branches or twigs (especially of willow or some canes); used for wickerwork

  • Pliable twigs, typically of willow, plaited or woven to make items such as furniture and baskets

  • Cast of Shadows is a 2005 suspense novel by the American writer Kevin Guilfoile. It was published in the United Kingdom under the title Wicker.

  • Wicker is hard woven fiber formed into a rigid material, usually used for baskets or furniture. Wicker is often made of material of plant origin, but plastic fibers are also used.

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4pc Outdoor Honey Wicker Patio Furniture Set

4pc Outdoor Honey Wicker Patio Furniture Set

Enjoy the outdoors with our simple yet stylish outdoor resin wicker conversation set. Synthetic resin wicker makes it extremely durable to all weather conditions.

This set is delivered via trucking carrier and can only be delivered to continental 48 U.S. states with physical address.

* By Wicker Lane * Set Includes 1 Settee, 1 Table, 2 Chairs * Cushions Include: 2 cushions for Chairs, 1 cushion for Settee, 2 pillows for Settee * Material: Resin Wicker / Steel Frame * All Weather Resin Wicker * Indoor or Outdoor Use * Color: Honey * Assembly Not Required * 1 Settee 51"L x 25"W x 36"H, 39lbs * 1 Table 28.5"L x 17"W x 17"H, 16lbs * 2 Chairs 29.5"L x 26"W x 36"H, 24lbs

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Roman Agora Ruins

Roman Agora Ruins

The site of the agora (market place) was a cemetery during the Mycenaean period. It is only during the 6th century BC that the Agora became the main square of the city. Beforehand this role belonged to the Old Agora to the west of the Akropolis. The new Agora extended between the Kolonos Agoraios and the Eridanos river. Some private houses were demolished to make room for a typical Greek agora: an open place delimited by boundary stones and surrounded by public buildings. The Agora was the commercial, political, administrative and social center of Athens. Therefore, stoai (porticos), shops, stalls, fountains, municipal buildings and courts of justice were grouped in and around the Agora. It also played an important role in the religious life of the City.

In 480 BC, when the Persians captured the city, they destroyed several buildings of the Agora. The temple of the Mother of the Gods was never reconstructed while the sanctuary of Apollo Patroos was not reconstructed before 330 BC. Some of the ruins were probably left untouched to remind the Athenians of the sacrilege committed by the Persians.

Soon after the liberation of Athens, plane trees were planted by Kimon on the Agora around 479 BC. Therefore, by 421 BC, they should have reached a respectable size, allowing merchants and their customers to rest under their shade. The square was covered with little booths made of boards and wicker work aligned along lanes. Specific areas of the Agora were dedicated to each type of goods: livestock, meat, fish (a bell rang each time that a new cargo of fresh fish arrived from the Peiraieus), onion and garlic, gardens products, fruits, honey (the honey from Mount Hymettos was famous and expansive), bread, wine, oil, flowers, charcoal, pottery, cooking pots, clothes, jewelry, chariots, furniture, books... Furthermore, each merchant rented a specific place in these areas. Phoenician and Greek merchants were offering goods from all over the Mediterranean bassin. Besides these merchants, many peddlers simply displayed their goods on the ground. Others had little stands between the columns of the stoai. The shops of various artisans were not located on the Agora but were rather lining the streets leading to it. It was usually the case for barbers, smithies, physicians, cutlers, slavers...

A slave market was held on the Agora each month at the new moon.

During our period of reference (421 BC), several open-air law courts probably stood at the northeast corner of the Agora, where the stoa of Attalos was later built. The northwest corner of the Agora was propably occupied by tavernas.

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