The temple is situated on an upper terrace south of the theater and gives the impression of being conceived together with the theater. The peripteral temple is of Ionic order. It is built on a three-stepped lower structure. It faces north-south and its entrance is on the north, in the direction of the theater. The temple’s euthynteria is 14,79x20,79 m. and its stylobate measures 12,55x18,54 m. 10 m to the south of the temple is a graded wall which may have functioned as a peribolos. The altar has not been located. According to Prof. Dr. A. A. Tırpan, the building is an Augustus and Imperial temple. Based on its architectural fragments, it dates from the early Imperial period.