- a hill in Athens, Greece, near the Acropolis: the place of assembly in ancient Athens.
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That the beginning of the play is on the Pnyx, there is no question.
None but they mingled in the assemblages of great men at the Pnyx or the Stoa.The History of Prostitution
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The Scythian police who kept order in the Pnyx could procure him no audience.
Alcibiades stood again on the orator's platform in the Pnyx.
I was on the Pnyx; had been rambling about there the whole afternoon.New Grub Street