The Temple of Poseidon: A Missing Sima and Other Matters

@article{Dinsmoor1974TheTO,
  title={The Temple of Poseidon: A Missing Sima and Other Matters},
  author={William Bell Dinsmoor},
  journal={American Journal of Archaeology},
  year={1974},
  volume={78},
  pages={211 - 238}
}
  • W. Dinsmoor
  • Published 1 July 1974
  • Geology
  • American Journal of Archaeology
Numerous geison blocks from the flanks of this Periclean temple now lie scattered on the ground at Sounion. On the south side, six of these have been arranged in a row, but not according to their proper order on the building. It is possible, however, from the accurate workmanship of the cuttings and from the location of the mutules and viae, to locate the original position of all of the extant flank geisa. There were twenty-three intermediate blocks on each side of the temple, omitting the… 
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