This temple, the New temple of Athena was built after an earthquake destroyed the Archaic temple of Athena in 370 BC. Built of local limestone in the Doric order, this temple was not peripteral and only had 6 columns on its facade. The other three sides were unadorned by colonnades. A pedestal found in the temple, used to support statues, was built in later Roman times. The new temple is much simpler in style than the archaic one. To the North West lies a rectangular building (probably used by priests), over which the new temple was partially built.

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