The Theatre of Dionysus also eventually hosted meetings of the Athenian Ecclesia after the Pynx was deemed unsuitable.
Greek authorities announced on November 24, 2009 that they will partially restore the ruined marble theater. The Culture Ministry said the $9 million program is set for completion by 2015 and will include extensive modern additions to the surviving marble seats.
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