|Summary:||Temple; toward the northwest corner of the Sanctuary of Apollo, south of the L-Shaped Stoa.|
|Date:||ca. 179 BC|
Archaic temple (incorporated into 2nd century B.C. temple): cella 8.6 m x 9.6 m.
East opening cella wider than long. Six prostyle Ionic columns on the eastern side in front of prolonged antae. The temple was set on a high base.
This area of the Sanctuary of Apollo is dedicated to his sister Artemis. The Hellenistic temple replaced and incorporated the remains of a 7th century B.C. temple which had itself been built over the remains of a Mycenaean building.