Temple of Concord | interior
Among the modifications made to adapt the structure for early Christian use which remain visible today are the rounded arches cut into the wall of the ancient inner chamber (cella) and tombs placed in the floor. The spaces between the columns of the temple would also have been largely filled in to create walls so that the ambulatories could function as side aisles. Renovation and restorations since the eighteenth century have resulted in the structure as we see it today. Panini wide-angle projection.