|Summary:||Stoa; south of the Sanctuary of Apollo and west of the Oblique Stoa and the L-shaped Stoa of the Agora of the Delians.|
|Date:||ca. 270 BC - ca. 230 BC|
72.47 m x 12.9 m; portico depth: 6.82 m; Doric column diameter: ca. 0.65 m; Doric column intercolumniation: ca. 2.48 m.
One-aisled stoa with Doric colonnade opening west, with rooms behind. The center room was open on both ends creating a passage to the Agora of the Delians.
The South Stoa, the Oblique Stoa and L- Shaped Stoa of the Agora of the Delians created the sides of a court known as the Agora of the Delians. Also referred to as the Little Stoa.