Greek Temples of the Doric Order and the Acropolis at Selinus (now called Selinunte), Sicily

History and Map Temple E, or "Temple of Hera"
Brief history of Selinus (Selinunte) in Italian and in English and diagram of the Greek ruins View of Temple G, or "Temple of Hera," (in background) from the Acropolis at Selinus (now Selinunte) Side view of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera" at Selinus (now Selinute) and adjacent trees View of front and side of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera" at Selinus (now Selinunte) View of side and front of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera " at Selinus (now Selinute) View of front and side of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera" at Selinus (now Selinunte)
Temple E, or "Temple of Hera"
View of side of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera", at Selinus (now Selinunte) View of side of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera", at Selinus (now Selinunte) Front of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera," at Selinus (now Selinunte) Front of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera," at Selinus (now Selinunte) Inside Temple E, or "Temple of Hera," at Selinus (now Selinunte) Inside Temple E, or "Temple of Hera," at Selinus (now Selinunte)
Temple E, or "Temple of Hera" Temple G Acropolis
A closer look at some columns of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera," at Selinus (now Selinunte) A closer look at some columns of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera," at Selinus (now Selinunte) A closer look at some columns of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera," at Selinus (now Selinunte) Birds and silhouette of columns of Temple E, or "Temple of Hera," at Selinus (now Selinunte) Temple G at Selinus (now Selinunte) The Acropolis at Selinus (now Selinunte)

Of the three Greek temples of the Doric order at Selinus (now Selinunte), only one, Temple E, or the "Temple of Hera," has been reconstructed. Ancient coins have been found there.


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