Pnyx Hill. Athens. Greece. View on Pynx Hill of the original location of the 4th century BC Altar of Zeus Agoraios which was moved to the Agora during the Augustan period (1st century). In the background is the Acropolis and Lykavittos Hil. Pynx Hill was where speakers including great statesmen’s addressed the citizens Assembly during the 5th and 4th centuries BC. The Assembly met 40 times a year to discuss and vote on proposed legislation and at least 5000 citizens were required to attend each gathering.