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Comparison of plans of ancient temples as to their size: The temple of Artemis at Ephesus (1), the Heraion of Samos (2), the sanctuary of Apollo at Didyma (3), the temple of Artemis at Sardes (4), the temple of Artemis Leucophryene at Magnesia on the Maeander (5), the temple of Dionysus at Teos (6), the temple of Athena Polias at Priene (7), in Ionic order. The temples of Agrigento (1) and Selinunte (2) in Doric order, the temple of Olympian Zeus at Athens (Corinthian order) and the Parthenon (Doric order).
Tags: Aegean islands, Agrigento, Ancient temples, Architecture and built environment, Art and antiquities, Athens, Attica, Central Greece, Didim / anc. Didyma, Greece, Ionia, Islands of the Northeastern Aegean sea, Italy, Magnesia on the Maeander, Olympeion - Temple of Olympian Zeus (Athens), Parthenon, Plans and drawings, Priene, Samos, Sardes, Selinunte, Sicily, Sığacık – Seferihisar / anc. Teos, Southern Italy, Temple of Apollo (Didyma), Temple of Artemis Leucophryene (Magnesia on the Maeander), Temple of Athena Polias (Priene), Temple of Dionysus (Teos), Turkey
Comparison of peristyles from several Doric temples, showing the corner triglyph of each structure, in reference to the architectural question known as Doric corner conflict. A: From the remains of temple close to Delphi, possibly the Tempe of Athena Pronaia. B: From temple at Heraclea, Asia Minor. C, D: From the temples at Priene. E: From Halicarnassus. F: From the Doric Stoa of the ancient Agora of Athens, as drawn by Stuart G: From Selinunte, Sicily. H: From Paestum I: From Knidus.
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