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Temple of Athena (Ilium)

a Pleiades place resource

Creators: Zachary Rosalinsky
Contributors: Jeffrey Becker, Tom Elliott
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Last modified Jun 04, 2022 09:47 AM History
The Temple of Athena at Ilion was a peripteral temple executed in the Doric order with a 12 x 6 columnar arrangement. Its creation is traditionally ascribed to Lysimachus (ca. 301-281 BCE), though it was later restored under Roman influence, likely during the principate of Augustus. Little of the temple, save its forecourt, remains in situ. It is mostly known from membra disiecta, including metopes uncovered during Schliemann's excavations.

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Zachary Rosalinsky, Jeffrey Becker, and Tom Elliott, 'Temple of Athena (Ilium): a Pleiades place resource', Pleiades: A Gazetteer of Past Places, 2022 <> [accessed: 30 January 2023]

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