|Summary:||Two-part stoa; south of the Sanctuary of Apollo, between the South Stoa and the harbor.|
|Date:||ca. 216 BC - ca. 200 BC|
Eastern stoa: 71.08 m x 10.71 m; wall return: ca. 7.45 m; Doric column diameter: 0.91 m; intercolumniation: 3.35 m.
Two one-aisled stoas sharing a back wall, one simple stoa opening east, one L- shaped stoa opening west. Eastern stoa, opening east, 16 Doric columns with returning end walls that had 4 windows each. Western stoa, opening west, Doric colonnade with Ionic double half columns dividing main stoa from northeast room.
Eastern stoa, dated to 216-200 B.C. by dedication inscription of Philip V. The western stoa was probably added shortly later, this dating based on inscriptions on contemporary exedrae.