List of stoae
Stoas, in the context of ancient Greek architecture, are covered walkways or porticos, commonly for public usage. The following is a list of stoas located in Greece sorted alphabetically by the stoa's city of location, with the name appearing in bold text, followed by a short description and/or location of the stoa:
- North Stoa (Lower Story): Two-storied Doric on the north side of the agora.
- South Stoa: Two-aisled on the south side of the agora.
- Stoa Poikile (Painted Porch): on the north side of the Ancient Agora of Athens, the stoa from which Stoicism takes its name
- Stoa of Attalos: Two-storied on the eastern side of the Agora.
- Stoa Amphiaraion: on the east side of the Sanctuary of Amphiaraios, southeast of the Theater.
- Stoa of Hermes located to the north of the agora.
- Stoa Basileios (Royal Stoa): in the northeast corner of the Agora.
- Stoa of Zeus (Eleutherios): Two-aisled in the northwest corner of the Agora.
- South Stoa I (of Athens): on the south side of the Agora, located between the Heliaia and the Enneakrounos.
- South Stoa II: on the southern edge of the Agora, on the approximate location of the South Stoa I, between the Heliaia, and the Middle Stoa.
- Stoa of Artemis Brauronia: Stoa with wings; the south boundary of the Sanctuary of Artemis Brauronia, on the Acropolis, southeast of the Propylaia, west of the Chalkotheke.
- Middle Stoa: approximately in the middle of the Agora and dividing it into north and south areas.
- East stoa a small stoa in the south-east quadrant of the agora.
- Doric Stoa: near Theater of Dionysos in the Sanctuary of Dionysos Eleuthereus on the south slope of the Acropolis, sharing its north wall with the back wall of the stage building of the Theater of Dionysos.
- South Stoa I: south of the Sanctuary of Apollo and west of the Oblique Stoa and the L-shaped Stoa of the Agora of the Delians.
- Stoa of Philip: Two-part south of the Sanctuary of Apollo, between the South Stoa and the harbour.
- Oblique Stoa: south of the Sanctuary of Apollo, south of the L-shaped Stoa of the Agora of the Delians.
- Stoa of Antigonos: Two-aisled the north boundary of the Sanctuary of Apollo.
- L-shaped Stoa of the Agora of the Delians: Stoa creating north and east sides of a court, south of the Sanctuary of Apollo.
- Stoa of the Naxians: L-shaped forming the southwest corner of the Sanctuary of Apollo.
- L-Shaped Stoa: L-shaped bounded the Sanctuary of Artemis (Artemision) on the eastern side of the Sanctuary of Apollo.
- Stoa of the Athenians: in the Sanctuary of Apollo, south of the Apollo Temple platform, with the southern, polygonal wall of the platform forming the north wall of the stoa.
- West Stoa: projecting from the west wall of the Sanctuary of Apollo, southwest of the Theater.
- Stoa of Attalos I: in the Sanctuary of Apollo, east of theater and northeast of the Temple of Apollo, intersecting and projecting east from the peribolos wall.
- Stoa at Artemision: Three-sided surrounding the northern end of the Sanctuary of Artemis.
- Stoa of the Great Forecourt: L-shaped stoa with rooms; northeast of the Greater Propylon, outside the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore, bounding east and west sides of a court.
- Stoa of Apollo Maleatas: on the north side of the Sanctuary of Apollo Maleatas.
- Acropolis of Lindos Stoa: Hellenistic stoa.
- Stoa of Philippi : Roman-era stoa.
- South Stoa: South Stoa, SW of the main altar in Sanctuary of Hera, Samos .
- North West Stoa: North West Stoa, NW of main altar and W of N gate at Sanctuary of Hera.
- Middle Stoa: in the Sanctuary of Apollo Thermios, running north-south between the Temple of Apollo and the South Stoa.
- South Stoa: on the south side of the Sanctuary of Apollo Thermios, parallel to the southern sanctuary wall.
- East Stoa: at the southeast corner of the Sanctuary of Apollo Thermios.