What is an "agora" (other than a common name for Greek restaurants in America), and why should we call this page by this name? The Perseus Project defines it thus:
A large, open public space which served as a place for assembly of the citizens and, hence, the political, civic, religious and commercial center of a Greek city. Buildings for all of these various purposes were constructed as needed in and around the agora. Formal layout of the agora was developed in the Hellenistic period. The Greek agora is the predecessor of the fora of imperial Rome.
These sites should prove interesting and useful to anyone interested in what the Classical Greek and Roman world has to say to modern America. More listings can be found at the On-line Resources page.