was that a theater, a religious venue? or a local government council place?
all of these?
More importantly they had a sewer system!
Yup, and the Mycenaeans didn’t build like this. No way are the ruins in the picture 3500-4000 years old.
It was a medical facility, much like a teaching hospital.
The Aztecs set out in Trieremes to learn the best techniques for removing brains with a crochet hooked instrument and how best to saw quickly through the breast bone to remove the heart.
Sadly, they disregarded the classes about anastesia.
As a consequence, upon their return to Mexico, most patients died from these procedures.....