Temple of Apollo Epicurius, Bassae. This image is from the early before a protective tent was raised to cover the ruins. The building has Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian columns, with the Corinthian one being the earliest example of the order.
BASSAE, Greece: This famous temple to the god of healing and the sun was built towards the middle of the 5th century B.C. in the lonely heights of the Arcadian mountains. The temple, which has the oldest Corinthian capital yet found, combines the Archaic style and the serenity of the Doric style with some daring architectural features. The Temple was dedicated by the inhabitants of Philagia to Apollo Epicurius, the god-healer who had come to their aid when they were beset by the plague.
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