THE MONUMENTAL ARCHAIC ROOF OF THE TEMPLE OF HERA AT MON REPOS, CORFU

@article{Sapirstein2012THEMA,
  title={THE MONUMENTAL ARCHAIC ROOF OF THE TEMPLE OF HERA AT MON REPOS, CORFU},
  author={Philip Sapirstein},
  journal={Hesperia},
  year={2012},
  volume={81},
  pages={31 - 91}
}
Abstract:ABSTRACTAt the time of its creation, ca. 610 B.C., the roof of the Temple of Hera at Mon Repos was the most ambitious project of its kind yet attempted. On the basis of excavation records and a new analysis of the fragments, the author restores the monumental architectural terracottas to a single roof of this Archaic temple, rather than to separate subphases or buildings. The reconstruction drawings reveal a hybrid gabled system that incorporates features of hipped roofs, resulting in… 
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