Hellenistic Temple of Dionysus, designed in 220-205 BCE by the architect Hermogenes of Priene, Ancient Greek city of Teos, Sigacik, Turkey. The Temple of Dionysus is of Ionic orders and has a regular tripartite plan with a trapezoidal temenos. The Temenos was surrounded by four stoas: two Doric (north and south) and two Ionic (east and west). The plan is eustylos peripteral with six columns on a shorter side and eleven on the longer.
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