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42 As mentioned by Vitruvius (VII: 12). Roux (2000: 192) makes the argument that the circular cella contained chryselephantine statues. 43 Pausanias tells us that Polykleitos the Younger designed this last building (Lawrence 1983: 241), but some (Themelis 1980: 82–83) think it to have been the work of Theodoros, on the basis of its formal similarities with its counterpart at Delphi. Theodoros is known to have been the architect of the nearby Temple of Asklepios at Epidauros, which was built around 380–75 BC.
On the western wall of the cella, the naïskos, or sacred aedicule, frames the omphalos, and beside it stands the golden statue of Apollo. 7), this unfortunate mountain nymph, who some say as priestess of Mother Earth,29 was turned into a tree in order to escape the amorous god’s attentions. The historical accounts of a laurel tree inside the temple’s adyton, as shown in Roux’s perspective view, are consistent with an unpaved, perhaps even unroofed inner sanctum. 32 But what of the chasma itself?
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