Temple of Isthmia
The Temple of Isthmia is an ancient Greek temple on the Isthmus of Corinth
dedicated to the god Poseidon and built in the Archaic Period. It is about 16
kilometers (9.9 mi) east of ancient Corinth, at the site of ancient Isthmia. It appears
to have been constructed in the seventh century BC though was later destroyed in
470 BC and rebuilt as the Temple of Poseidon at Isthmia in c. 440 BC during the
Classical period.
Located within the archaeological site of Isthmia
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Temple of Isthmia