The temple suffered over the centuries and much of its material was re-used in other buildings so that today only 15 of the temple’s columns are still standing, 2 in the south-west corner and 13 at the south-east corner.
One other column collapsed as recently as 1852 CE in a storm and now lies across the site with its column drums picturesquely spread along a perfect line.
On February 25th 2017, Zeus was rushed to the Vet as he was drooling, which he really doesn't do, "unless there is a big steak in front of him," said Roman.
The vets said there was a lot of fluid building up in his abdomen.
Between 124 and 132 CE a rectangular precinct wall was built around the temple, Roman baths were added to the site, and a monumental arch 18 m high, Hadrian’s Arch, set at the entrance to the new sanctuary area.