|Summary:||Temple, tetrastyle in antis; on the west side of the Agora between the Stoa of Zeus (Eleutherios) and the Metroon.|
|Date:||ca. 338 BC - 326 BC|
ca. 10 m x 16.5 m.
A rectangular cella with a pronaos of 4 columns in antis on the east. An adyton projected from the north side and communicated with the cella. On the north, in the L formed by the adyton and connected to the Temple of Apollo by a wall was the small, slightly older Temple of Zeus Phratrios and Athena Phratria.
Under this temple are the remains of a smaller, apsidal Temple of Apollo, dated to the 6th century B.C. The earlier temple was probably destroyed by the Persians in 480/79 B.C.