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View looking at the southern corner of the semicircular portico that surrounds the Temple of Augustus on three sides.
Note the two steps that lead up to the two–storied portico. The rectangular impressions in the vertical wall are sockets into which wooden beams were placed to support the second story of the portico.
From here the portico bends in a counterclockwise direction toward the left side of the photo. For an additional view of this portico click here.
For a detail of the podium of the Temple of Augustus click here.
For a brief description of the significance of Pisidian Antioch click here.