The Doric Temple of Athena Lindia, a tetrastyle amphiprostyle edifice (having a stoa with four columns at either end). It consists of a pronaos, cella and opisthodomos. Inside the temple is the table of offerings and the base of the cult statue of Athena. The columns of the opisthodomos are closed off by a balustrade, and the place would have served as a treasury chamber for safeguarding the temple money and sacred vessels. The temple was built of poros stone with plaster facing. The upper part (architrave and cornice) was painted with palmettes and meanders. It dates to the 4th c. BC.