The temple sat on a terrace above
the courtyard. Built along prostyle
lines, the column capitals found
were 1.5 m in diameter, meaning that
the columns were as much as 57 tons
on weight. The entrance was
extremely wide and had a double
door. Since the door was metal, it
had wheels on the bottom, which a
readily visible track in the floor.
Without a doubt the most attractive
part of the temple was the facade.
It was 15 m. high with 57-ton
columns supporting it on either side
and had galleries surrounding a
entryway courtyard. It is still
possible to see the columns and
upper parts in front of the temple.
The structure was later used as a
church. It is easy to see that
earthquakes in ancient times did a
lot of damage to the temple.