The Doric style temple of Athena in Syracuse was built in the 5th century BC by the tyrant Gelo after his victory over the Carthaginians at the Battle of Himera. It is a peripteral temple with 6 columns on the short sides and 14 on the long sides that surounded a pronaos and an opisthodomos, both featuring two columns in antis.
The temple was later incorporated into the walls of the Christian Cathedral of Syracuse.
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