If Corbo intended as his model the Maison Carée in Nîmes, France, or the Temple of Fortuna in Rome, both of which were contemporaneous with Hadrian’s temple on the site of the future Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Corbo failed to follow his models. The staircase should not occupy the whole breadth of the structure; behind the six interior columns there should be two additional columns enclosed in two antae, arm-like walls that extend from the main walls of the structure; and the lateral columns should not be freestanding, but only half columns attached to the side walls.