bouleuterion

noun bou·leu·te·ri·on \ˌbüˌlüˈtirēˌän, ˌbülˌyü-\

Definition of bouleuterion

plural

bouleuteria

\-ēə\
  1. :  an ancient Greek council chamber

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Origin and Etymology of bouleuterion

Greek bouleutērion, from bouleuein to advise, take counsel, from boulē counsel, council, will


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