The sanctuary (L. 13.40 Br. 7.30) has the normal division into a corridor (Br. 4.00) and two benches (H. 0.70 Br. 1.00) the surface of which is covered with loam. A stone wall with threshold seems to divide the whole construction into a small pronaos (1/3 of the whole) and the actual sanctuary. The same small stone wall is also built in the two benches.
Before the west wall there is a construction (H. 0.80 Br. 2.35 D. 0.90) with a projecting part upon which the cultrelief rested.
On the r. side of the corridor and partly built i the r. bench there is a waterbasin (H. 0.65 Br. 0.80-0.92) the inside of which has a revetment of marble slabs. The water could flow away through a canal. Against each bench there were about six trapezophores. One piece still complete (H. 0.62) is adorned with a paw. Abramic mentions the trapezophores also were adorned with lion's heads, but there are no traces of them.
- Location Spodnja Hajdina
- City Ptuj
- Country Slovenia
- Latitude and longitude 15.839796, 46.412505
- Dimensions D. 0;13.40;7. cm
- Discovered date 1901
- CIMRM 1509