Temple of Concord

The Greeks entered on the east side of their temples since all rituals were performed in the morning. The inner church entrance was on the opposite side with an apse at this end. The pediment (triangular area) likely had actual sculptures in the time of the Greeks. This temple was built approximately 480 BCE.

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