The temple of Zeus was Doric in style with a configuration of 6 x 17 columns, with an additonal colonnade in front of cella; pronaos - distyle in antis with no interior columns.
Constructied much like the nearbyTemple of Apollo (Syracuse), it lacked any angle contraction, as well as the elimination of the widened central intercolumniation along the short ends. Only 2 columns remain of the original temple, although there were eight as of the early 1700's.
On both of the two standing column fragments, the fluting was not carried down to the stylobate. 37.053211N Longitude: 15.260221E