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The structure is located on the North end of the rectangular courtyard surrounded with porticoes on the north side of the Syria Street. The temple is a prostyle with four spirally fluted columns in the front. It was built with travertine blocks on a high podium and faced with marble. The temple precinct occupies the area of two blocks in the Hippodamic layout. Built in the Antonine period (second century CE), the temple was heavily renovated in the reign of Emperor Diocletian (284-305 CE). Excavations have shown that the building served as an archive in the fourth century CE.

The structure is located on the North end of the rectangular courtyard surrounded with porticoes on the north side of the Syria Street. The temple is a prostyle with four spirally fluted columns in the front. It was built with travertine blocks on a high podium and faced with marble. The temple precinct occupies the area of two blocks in the Hippodamic layout. Built in the Antonine period (second century CE), the temple was heavily renovated in the reign of Emperor Diocletian (284-305 CE). Excavations have shown that the building served as an archive in the fourth century CE.

The structure is located on the North end of the rectangular courtyard surrounded with porticoes on the north side of the Syria Street. The temple is a prostyle with four spirally fluted columns in the front. It was built with travertine blocks on a high podium and faced with marble. The temple precinct occupies the area of two blocks in the Hippodamic layout. Built in the Antonine period (second century CE), the temple was heavily renovated in the reign of Emperor Diocletian (284-305 CE). Excavations have shown that the building served as an archive in the fourth century CE.

The structure is located on the North end of the rectangular courtyard surrounded with porticoes on the north side of the Syria Street. The temple is a prostyle with four spirally fluted columns in the front. It was built with travertine blocks on a high podium and faced with marble. The temple precinct occupies the area of two blocks in the Hippodamic layout. Built in the Antonine period (second century CE), the temple was heavily renovated in the reign of Emperor Diocletian (284-305 CE). Excavations have shown that the building served as an archive in the fourth century CE.

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