The temple was decastyle, dipteral, with pronaos and vestibule, but no opisthodomos.
They led their visitors through the pronaos and naos to the secos, to the holy of holies.
Behind the pronaos could be recognized the place where the cella used to be.
Terminations similar to pilasters upon the ends of the lateral walls of the cella, in pronaos and epinaos.
Thence we reach the pronaos or portico, after which we enter the cell, divided into the naos and adytum.
We can easily understand how Strabo saw in it the equivalent to the pronaos of the Greek temples.
The caryatid form of pier is generally found, in temples, in the peristyles of the fore-courts or the hypostyles of the pronaos.
It is when we arrive at the pronaos that we fail to recognize the disposition to which we have grown accustomed.
The gloom deepens in the hypostyle which follows the pronaos.
Behind this place of worship, stand three pillars without capitals, part of the pronaos of a large temple.