Temple of Trajan Pergamum, Turkey


Name:  Temple of Trajan

Place:  Pergamum, Turkey

View:  This hexastyle, peripteral temple stands on the Acropolis of Pergamum.  This photograph shows the West Flank with a marble-clad podium constructed upon ashlar blocks, and a cella of marble blocks.
Corinthian order is utilised, and fluted columns have been reassembled.  The temple was dedicated to Trajan by his successor Hadrian.

Date:  2nd century CE.

Architects:  Architects unknown

Style or Period:  Roman Imperial Period

Catalogue No.  ZT0604

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