This building lies outside the borders of the Agora. However, due to the perspective employed in the digital reconstruction of the Roman Agora, we have represented a version. Moreover, all information on it is very fragmentary, as its excavation has not been completed and the relevant publications are not detailed. Insofar as its general layout and the number of the façade columns (14) is known, we have represented with a degree of accuracy the façade, following the drawings and the representations of J. Travlos [Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Athens (London 1971), pp. 436-438]. What we have here is in fact two buildings, at a significantly different ground level. We have followed the suggestions of the excavators, according to which the building material found incorporated in the Late Roman defensive wall has been ascribed to this structure. Some fragmentary clay antefixes bearing simple anthemia are also attributed to this temple. Behind the façade, the number of rooms, and their total depth and layout remain matters for conjecture. Its construction is dated to c.150 AD, thus it is included only in the phase for the Roman period [Thompson, H.A., ‘Activities in the Athenian Agora: 1959’, Hesperia 29 (1960), pp. 344-347 and Holloway, R.R.R., ‘Explorations of the Southeast Stoa in the Athenian Agora’, Hesperia 35 (1966), pp. 79-85, plates 25-30].

The project "Virtual Reality Digital Collection 'The Ancient Agora of Athens'" has been co-funded in a percentage of 80% by the European Regional Development Fund and in a percentage of 20% by state funds in the framework of the Operational Programme "Information Society" of the 3rd Community Support Framework.

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