Open at all times of day for slave-trades, performances and musicians, the central square of the capital is more a central hub of gossip than anything else and operates as a place for courtiers and laymen to mingle and chatter outside of official constraints.
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Known for their love of music, the Taengeans are generous in their donations and gifts to the God of Apollo, including the creation of a large structure, deliberately built facing the east so that the rising sun might illuminate the jewels and crushed glass used to emphasise the sculptures and decor of the temple.
Home to traders and merchants of all kinds, the agorá of Vasiliádon is so large that most sellers refuse to pay the extra cost of a merchant store or shop and, instead simply trade every day from their own market stall.