
 Temple of Hera

 Greece:
Olympia
37.63877°N 21.62969°E

 c. 590 BC^{[1]}

 18.75m x 50.01m
(61'6" ins x 164')^{[2]}



 The Temple of Apollo

 Greece:
Corinth
37.90604°N 22.87916°E

 c. 540 BC^{[1]}

 21.36m x 53.30m
(70' x 174'10")^{[3]}



 The Temple of Apollo

 Greece:
Delphi
38.48241°N 22.50145°E

 c. 510 BC^{[1]}

 23.82m x 60.32m
(78' 2" x 197' 11")^{[5]}



 The Temple of Aphaia

 Greece:
Aegina
37.75448°N 23.53306°E

 c. 490 BC^{[1]}

 15.5m x 30.5m
(50' 10" x 100')^{[7]}



 The Temple of Zeus

 Greece:
Olympia
37.63786°N 21.63010°E

 c. 460 BC^{[1]}

 27.43m x 64m
(90' x 210')^{[12]}



 The Temple on the Ilissus

 Greece:
Athens
37.96835°N 23.73305°E

 449 BC^{[15]}




 The Temple of Hephaestos

 Greece:
Athens
37.97556°N 23.72145°E

 449 BC  444 BC^{[1]}

 13.72m x 31.77m
(45' x 104'3")^{[17]}



 The Temple of
Apollo Epicurius

 Greece:
Bassae
37.42972°N 21.90028°E

 c. 450 BC  425 BC^{[1]}

 14.6m x 38.3m
(48'2.5" x 125'7")^{[18]}



 The Parthenon

 Greece:
Athens
37.97146°N 23.72667°E

 447 BC  432 BC^{[1]}

 30.86m x 69.5m
(101' 4" x 228')^{[20]}



 The Temple of Poseidon

 Greece:
Sounion
37.65023°N 24.02445°E

 444 BC  440 BC^{[1]}

 13.47m x 31.12m
(44.' 2" x 102')^{[21]}



 The Temple of Nemesis

 Greece:
Rhamnous
38.21760°N 24.02689°E

 436 BC  432 BC^{[1]}

 10.05m x 21.4m
(33' x 70')



 The Temple of
Athena Nike

 Greece:
Athens
37.97152°N 23.72514°E

 427 BC^{[15]}

 approx. 5.5m x 8m
(18' x 27')^{[23]}



 The Erechtheion

 Greece:
Athens
37.97206°N 23.72652°E

 421 BC  405 BC^{[15]}

 approx. 11.5m x 22.85m
(38' x 75')^{[23]}



 The Tholos of Athena

 Greece:
Delphi
38.48016°N 22.50803°E

 c. 400 BC^{[15]}

 diameter: 14.76m
(48' 5")^{[7]}

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 The Temple of Asclepius

 Greece:
Epidauros
37.59850°N 23.07433°E

 c. 380 BC^{[1]}

 approx. 80m x 43m
(approx 260' x 140')



 The Tholos of Polycleitus

 Greece:
Epidauros
37.59835°N 23.07398°E

 c. 350 BC^{[1]}

 diameter: 21.95m
(72')^{[31]}



 The Philippeion

 Greece:
Olympia
37.63863°N 21.62916°E

 339 BC^{[19]}

 (diameter: 16 m)
(52' 6)^{[31]}



 The Delian Temple
of Apollo

 Greece
Delos
37.40058°N 25.26708°E

 470 BC  c. 300 BC^{[1]}

 approx. 13m x 30m
(42' 6" x 98' 6")^{[32]}



 The Temple of Apollo

 Sicily:
Syracuse
37.06394°N 15.29297°E

 565 BC^{[1]}

 21.57m x 55.33m
( 70' 8" x 181' 6")^{[17]}

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 The Temple of
the Olympian Zeus

 Greece:
Athens
37.96934°N 23.73310°E

 174 BC  AD 132^{[19]}

 44.35m x 110.5m
(145' 6" x 362' 6")^{[33]}



 Selinunte Temple “C”

 Sicily:
Selinunte
37.58316°N 12.82528°E

 c. 550 BC^{[1]}

 23.93m x 63.76m
(78' 6" x 209')^{[35]}



 The Temple of Hera I

 Italy:
Paestum
40.41932°N 15.00536°E

 c. 530 BC^{[1]}

 24.26m x 59.98m
(79' 6" x 196' 9")^{[37]}



 The Temple of Hera,
(Temple "E")

 Sicily:
Selinunte
37.58662°N 12.83480°E

 5th century BC^{[35]}

 25.32m x 67.74m
(83' x 222 3")^{[35]}



 Selinunte Temple "F"

 Sicily:
Selinunte
37.58727°N 12.83492°E

 5th century BC

 24.23m x 61.83m
(79' 6" x 202' 10")^{[35]}



 The Great Temple of Apollo, (Temple "G")

 Sicily:
Selinunte
37.58819°N 12.83491°E

 c. 520 BC  450 BC^{[1]}

 50.10m x 110.36m
(164' 4" x 362')^{[35]}



 The Temple of Athena

 Italy:
Paestum
40.42451°N 15.00545°E

 c. 510 BC^{[1]}

 14.54m 32.88m
(47' 8" x 107' 10")^{[41]}



 The Temple of
the Olympian Zeus

 Sicily:
Agrigento
37.29082°N 13.58441°E

 c. 510 BC  409 BC^{[1]}

 52.75m x 110m
(173' x 361')^{[39]}



 The Temple of Athena

 Sicily:
Syracuse
37.05965°N 15.29354°E

 480 BC^{[1]}

 22m x 55m
(72' x 180')^{[35]}



 The Temple of
Hera Lacinia

 Sicily:
Agrigento
37.28860°N 13.60013°E

 c. 460 BC^{[1]}

 16.89m x 38.13m
(52' 6' x 125')^{[35]}



 The Temple of Poseidon

 Italy:
Paestum
40.41997°N 15.00530°E

 c. 460 BC^{[1]}

 18.25m x 60.35m
(60' x 198")^{[39]}



 The Temple of Concord

 Sicily:
Agrigento
37.28963°N 13.59202°E

 c. 430 BC^{[1]}

 16.92m x 39.42m
(55' 6" x 129' 4"



 The Temple at Segesta

 Sicily:
Segesta
37.94147°N 12.83239°E

 c. 424 BC^{[1]}

 21m x 56m
(68' 10" x 183' 9")^{[7]}



 The Archaic Temple
of Artemis

 Asia Minor:
Ephesus
37.94968°N 27.36381°E

 c. 560 BC,
lost 336 BC^{[45]}

 over 50m x 110m
(appx. 170' x 360')^{[46]}



 The Temple of Hera

 Asia Minor:
Samos
37.67190°N 26.88556°E

 c. 540 BC^{[45]}

 52.45m x 108.6m
(172' x 356' 3")^{[47]}



 The Temple of Artemis

 Asia Minor:
Ephesus
37.94968°N 27.36381°E

 c. 336 BC^{[45]}

 64.3m x 119.175m
(211' x 391')^{[46]}



 The Temple of
Athena Polias

 Asia Minor:
Priene
37.65932°N 27.29646°E

 c. 334 BC^{[45]}

 19.5m x 37. 2m>br> (64' x 122')^{[16]}



 The Temple of
Artemis – Cybele

 Asia Minor:
Sardis
38.47921°N 28.03128°E

 c. 325 BC^{[45]}

 48.78m x 91.44m
(160' x 300')^{[48]}



 The Temple of
Apollo Didymaeus

 Asia Minor:
Miletus
37.38486°N 27.25639°E

 313 BC – AD 41^{[45]}

 45.75m x 109.45m
(150' x 359')^{[16]}



 The Temple of Dionysus

 Aisa Minor:
Teos
38.17723°N 26.78502°E

 193 BC^{[45]}

 18.5m x 35m
(61' x 115')^{[50]}

