Smaller temples

The simplest plan is called In Antis, consists of Naos and Pronaos, in which two columns were build. The Athenians Treasuy was build in this style, though this is not a temple. Developed style have Opisthodomos with two columns.

The temple with the Naos and four columns on the Pronaos is called Prostylos and the style added four more columns on back porch is called Amphiprostylos. The temple of Athena Nike in Athens is this style.

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