Temple of Apollo, built ca. 540 BC, Corinth, Greece
Doric peripteral temple, 6 x 15 columns. Double cella, one opening west, one opening east, with no door adjoining the 2 rooms. Each cella had 2 rows of columns and a pronaos which was distyle in antis. A total of 38 columns.
This temple replaces an earlier temple, ca. 625 B.C., on the same location.