The tetrastyle (four-columned) facade, columns with Corinthian capitals and triangular gable (or pediment) are typical of temples throughout the Roman world of the time. A better preserved example, also a temple dedicated to the cult of the Emperor, survives in the town of Pula on the Croatian coast. It is very similar in appearance to Herod’s Panium temple as depicted on the coin, and was built at nearly the same time—between 2 B.C.E and 14 C.E.