Temple of Hera

Temple of Hera, ca. 450 BCE

Has the same number of columns as Temple of Concord (34, 25 are standing). Part of cella (naos) is also standing. There is evidence of fire. Restored by Romans and then damaged later in earthquake around 8th century CE. At the east end a large altar has been restored.

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