|Summary:||Temple; on the northwest side of the acropolis, directly south of the west wing of the stoa.|
|Date:||ca. 500 BC - 450 BC|
19.20 m x 10.35 m.
On a stepped terrace. Cella opening east onto pronaos distyle in antis. An adyton behind the cella. Two rows of 4 columns each in the cella.
Constructed to replace an earlier Archaic temple. A church now stands on the probable location of the Artemis altar. On the slope below the northwest corner of the Temple of Artemis was a Sacred Spring and pool, from which thousands of dedications were excavated, most dating pre-480 B.C.