Plan, Athens, Doric Stoa near Theater of Dionysos

Context: Athens
Type: Stoa
Summary: Stoa; in the Sanctuary of Dionysos Eleuthereus on the south slope of the Acropolis, sharing its north wall with the back wall of the stage building of the Theater of Dionysos.
Date: ca. 350 BC

ca. 62.3 m x ca. 8.1 m; length of the room at the west end: ca. 12 m.

Region: Attica
Period: Late Classical


One-aisled, Doric stoa, opening south. An enclosed room, opening east, at the west end. Reconstructed as having 22 columns. Travlos suggests that the stoa was two-storied.

Other Bibliography:

Travlos 1971, 537; Coulton 1976, 226

See Also: Athens, Earlier Temple of DionysosAthens, Later Temple of DionysosAthens,Sanctuary of Dionysos EleuthereusAthens,Theater of Dionysos