The Temple of Zeus at Nemea was constructed during the last third of the 4th century BCE (ca . 330) as part of an extensive building program throughout the sanctuary. Its predecessor, the Early Temple, had been constructed early in the 6th century BCE and destroyed more than a century later.
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