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The Pelopium, to the west of the Altar of Zeus, was a small precinct in which sacrifices were offered to the hero Pelops.
The Temple of Zeus, south of the Pelopium, stood on a high substructure with three steps.
The Temple of Hera (Heraeum), north of the Pelopium, was raised on two steps.