|Summary:||Stoa; in the Sanctuary of Apollo, south of the Apollo Temple platform, with the southern, polygonal wall of the platform forming the north wall of the stoa.|
|Date:||ca. 478 BC - 470 BC|
ca. 31.6 m long (along the rear wall) and 3.71 m deep; lower Ionic column diameter: 0.39 m, intercolumniation: 3.58 m.
One-aisled stoa with Ionic colonnade opening southeast. Several steps displaying dedications led up to the stoa.
Dedicated by the Athenians after the Persian War, the top step has an Archaic inscription dedicating trophies taken from the Persians.