Temple of Zeus Stratios The temple stands on the top of a fortified hill at the remote northwest end of the city. It was of the Doric order, with Corinthian columns
in the cella. In addition to this combination of architectural orders, the monument shows several more structural and planning innovations. Construction of the temple began in 321 BC but was never finished, probably due to fights against the Aetolians.
For example, the fluting of the columns was never completed and the column drums retain their bosses used for man after The remains of the temple show the exquisite detail of sculpture in its construction, and also the excellent state of preservation of the base and many constituent blocks despite almost 2500 years of weathering. Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stratos,_Greece
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