The Arrephorion is a small building next to the north wall where the Arrephores were housed. Arrephores were the young girls who labored an entire year to weave the peplos that was used during the Panathenaic procession. The peplos was woven at a location just below the Acropolis in the Agora, and the Panathenaic procession delivered the finished garment to the ancient statue of Athena in the Old Temple, and later in the Erechtheion.




















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