|Summary:||Building with rooms around a court; west of the Sanctuary of Zeus (Altis), south of the Palaestra, east of the Heroon.|
|Date:||ca. 360 BC|
6.7 m square; room depth: ca. 4.95 m.
Square building of 8 rooms with openings distyle in antis onto a central court with a well. An addition on the east of a vestibule and 2 rooms.
Possibly, along with the Prytaneion, quarters for the priests. The rooms on the court had barriers but no doors, however, which make them unlikely living quarters. By 300 B.C. more rooms were added on the east around a peristyle garden court. Additional changes were made in Roman times.