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The Temple of Juno is also known as the Temple of Hera Lakinia, Juno being the Roman name of Hera.
It was built in the middle of the 5th century B.C. It is suspected that a fire occurred, following the Siege of Akragas in 406 B.C. Some time after that, the temple was restored, during which the terracotta roof was replaced with marble.<br>
The Temple of Juno is a peripterotic temple, with six columns on the short sides, and thirteen on the long sides.
This temple is an example of Archaic Doric style.<br>