Olympic construction deaths protested in Athens
About 500 demonstrators stood in silence as the names of the workers were read out and olive wreaths placed on 13 crosses erected outside Greece's parliament.
Deaths at construction sites have spurred a small but vocal anti-Olympics movement in Athens, adding to anger over massive security measures and commercialism surrounding the games.
Construction crews raced round the clock this year to finish off seriously delayed Olympic venues and infrastructure projects, pushing up the Olympic budget to more than $7 billion and compromising worker safety, according to protest and human rights groups.
Amnesty International, the human rights watchdog, said the Olympic death toll could be as high as 40.