|The 'anta' are at the ends of the side walls, with the two columns between them, or 'in antis'.|
The difference between antae and columns or pillars is that they are directly connected with the temple walls. They evolved from the structural posts made of timber that were used to reinforce the brick walls of more primitive palaces or temples.
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