Plan, Sounion, North Hall

Context: Sounion
Type: Stoa
Summary: Stoa; along the northern wall of the Sanctuary of Poseidon at the western end.
Date: ca. 425 BC - 400 BC
Dimensions:

38.06 m x 10.25 m; Doric inner column diameter: 0.6 m; intercolumniation: 5.23 m.

Region: Attica
Period: Classical


Plan:

Two-aisled stoa opening south with a Doric inner colonnade of 6 unfluted columns, outer colonnade of 8 or 9 columns between return walls at the front.

History:

Probably constructed somewhat later than the Propylon. Coulton does not propose exterior columns.

Other Bibliography:

Coulton 1976, 285; Davaras 1979, 32