Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A temple or shrine sacred to Zeus and Apollo at Didyma, near Miletus. There was a sacred way leading to it which was built for an earlier temple on the site, and which was bordered by a series of archaic seated figures now in the British Museum. The later building, of which remains still exist, probably dates from about: 334 b. c. It was dipteral, with the cella open to the sky.
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