origin; olympia. 700BCE used for religious architecture
Temple of Hera at olympia
600BCE oldest example of doric order.
central core, the chief room of a Greek temple, where the statue of the god was located and, frequently, the temple's treasure was kept.
The space, or porch, in front of the cella, or naos, of an ancient Greek temple
In Greek temples, the entrance porch or room at the back.
area of columns around temple, never used for any structure except for temples
verticle grooves in the shafts separated from one another by raised edges called arrises
Temple of Artemis At Corfu
580 BCE octastyle, solved angle problem by slightly altering and straightening the corner end columns. has a triangular pediment with sculpture on it, pinwheel pose.
The temple of Hera 1 at paestum
650 BCE. center of the city. 9x18, not and even number of columns! columns down the middle of the cella and two doors from the pronaos.