This building was probably the state prison - it contains 8 square rooms which could have been cells, 4 rooms for guards, a courtyard, and only one entrance. See plan.
There are provisions for bathing. Imprisonment was not a common sentence in Athens (fines, exile or death were preferred) but it was here that Socrates was held in 399 BC pending execution. A large number of small medicine bottles which could have contained have been found, and also a small statuette of Socrates.
Small earthenware pots which could have been used
to hold a measured dose of pounded hemlock