The Odeon of Perikles was the largest building and the first theater to receive a roof located in the city of Athens in Attika, Greece.
Built by the statesman Perikles the Odeon served as the place for musical performances and was modeled after King Xerxes I's original tent, which had been brought back as plunder.
During the Peloponnesian War the building was visited by the Spartan misthios Kassandra.
During the plague the Odeon served as the death site of Phoibe, Kassandra's young friend.
- The columns inside the odeon are based on the columns in Persepolis.
- The Odeon is one of the places where Nyx the Shadow may be found in.