Didyma

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Didyma Temple of Apollo  The Persians destroyed the original 6th century BCE temple at the beginning of the 5th century BCE. The extant temple ruins belong to the unfinished second temple, whose construction began at the end of the 4th century BCE, under Alexander the Great’s patronage. The same architect was responsible for the temple of Artemis in Ephesus. A double line of 108 Ionic columns surrounded the temple. Heads of bulls, Zeus, Apollo, Artemis, and Leto decorated columns at the…

Didyma Temple of Apollo The Persians destroyed the original 6th century BCE temple at the beginning of the 5th century BCE. The extant temple ruins belong to the unfinished second temple, whose construction began at the end of the 4th century BCE, under Alexander the Great’s patronage. The same architect was responsible for the temple of Artemis in Ephesus. A double line of 108 Ionic columns surrounded the temple. Heads of bulls, Zeus, Apollo, Artemis, and Leto decorated columns at the…

Detail of Column Base at the Temple of #Apollo, #Didyma, #Turkey

Detail of Column Base at the Temple of #Apollo, #Didyma, #Turkey

Detail of Column Base at the Temple of #Apollo, #Didyma, #Turkey

Detail of Column Base at the Temple of #Apollo, #Didyma, #Turkey

Kore from Apollon Temple at Didyma. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. Marble, votive, unknown artist, East Greek, Archaic (550 BC)

Kore from Apollon Temple at Didyma. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. Marble, votive, unknown artist, East Greek, Archaic (550 BC)

Temple of Apollo at Didyma  An ancient sanctuary of Apollo, site of one of the most famous oracles of the Aegean region, close to the west coast of Asia Minor

Temple of Apollo at Didyma An ancient sanctuary of Apollo, site of one of the most famous oracles of the Aegean region, close to the west coast of Asia Minor

Ναός διδυμαίου Απόλλωνος - Δίδυμα Μίλητος μικράς Ασίας - 4ος αιώνας π.Χ.  Temple of ''Didymaios'' Apollo - Didyma Miletos of minor Asia - 4th Century BCE.

Ναός διδυμαίου Απόλλωνος - Δίδυμα Μίλητος μικράς Ασίας - 4ος αιώνας π.Χ. Temple of ''Didymaios'' Apollo - Didyma Miletos of minor Asia - 4th Century BCE.

Ancient Greek Temple of Apollo at Didyma. During the Archaic Period, the Greeks started to build temples not for worship, but to house images of their gods

Ancient Greek Temple of Apollo at Didyma. During the Archaic Period, the Greeks started to build temples not for worship, but to house images of their gods

Bull´s head from Apollon temple in Didyma

Bull´s head from Apollon temple in Didyma

Detail from 3000 year old Greek ruins in Didyma.

Detail from 3000 year old Greek ruins in Didyma.


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