Tavole Palantine

Tavole Palantine is the remains of a peripteral hexastyle Doric temple of the sixth century BCE. The temple is dedicated to the Greek divinity Hera.

tavole palatine

Tavole Palantine, meaning Palatine Tables, which is so called perhaps in reference to the identification, in the past, with the site of an ancient palace, are the remains of a peripteral hexastyle Doric temple of the sixth century BCE. The temple is dedicated to the Greek divinity Hera.

The temple, located near the Bradano, was linked to an extra-urban sanctuary, from which the temenos wall and the remains of an older altar emerged.

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