Temple of Apollo, Didyma

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by Bas M
published on 15 January 2014

The Temple of Apollo at Didyma in modern-day Turkey. The temple was the fourth largest temple in the ancient Greek world. The temple’s oracle, second in importance only to that at Delphi, played a significant role in the religious and political life of both Miletus and the greater Mediterranean world. The ruins today date from the 4th century BCE.

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