Temple of Octavia, Corinth



published on 26 April 2012

The remains of the Roman temple attributed to Octavia - sister of Augustus (1st century BCE) and described by Pausanias as containing a statue of Octavia, who, seated on a throne inside the temple acted as a symbol of the Julia family. The temple was enclosed with Corinthian columns and built on a podium surrounded by stoas.

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  • karlo wrote on 27 October 2011 at 10:57:

    nice temple,but it is too small