The museum contains a number of large reconstructions of temples and architectural components, particularly from the Asklepieion.
Of major note is the partially reconstruction of the entablature and Doric columns of the Temple of Asklepios dated to 380-375 B.C. and reconstruction of part of the entablature of the Temple of Artemis, dated to 370-310 B.C.
There is also an extensive reconstruction of the entablature and part of the inner Corinthian colonnade of the Propylaia dated to 300 B.C.
The museum also has a Corinthian capital which was unearthed below the foundations of the Tholos temple.
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