1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Pseudo-dipteral

PSEUDO-DIPTERAL (Gr. ψευδής, false, δίς, double, and πτερόν, a wing), the term given to a dipteral temple, i.e. in which there are two rows of columns round the naos, the inner row of which has been omitted to give more space for the processions or for shelter (see Temple).