To the left of the road, next to the exedrae of the Argive
Dedications, stand four remaing plinths of the Offerings of the
Tarentines. The monument was crafted by the famed sculptor
Ageladas in the early 5th century BC and depicted the spoils of war
(female prisoners and horses).
This Doric edifice, the Sicyonian Treasury, was built circa 500
BC. Beneath it are the foundations of earlier buildings in which were
found relief metopes.
The Siphnian Treasury, Ionic in order, was built in 525 BC from
Parian marble. The treasury was paid for from the gold and silver profits
from the mines of Siphnos. Instead of columns, the treasury was decorated
with two karyatids. Remnants of the sculpted
decoration on its pediment
and frieze have been found.