Larger temples

The temple with a ring of columns all around the In Antis style is Peripteros with double tiered colonnades in the Naos supporting the roof. The temple of Aphaia is the one of the well preserved one of this style.

Some rich cities built more grand temple with another colonnade around the peripteros, called Dipteros, such as the temple of Apollon at Didyma and the temple of Artemis at Ephesos.

Some temples omit the inner colonnade of Dipteros, the style is called Pseudo-Dipteros, such as the temple of Artemis at Sardis.

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