During the early years of the 3rd century, the stone temple was altered significantly.  The apse was removed and a sandstone ambulatory was added to all four sides.

Two shrines were also built near the temple.  A semicircular stone shrine was erected to the east and a square shrine to the south west.  The square shrine, was built on top of some earlier ovens (probably from two generations earlier). This could mean this shrine was connected with food offerings to a god or gods.

Temple reconstruction

This complex stood for at least 200 years. 

Over time the temple fell out of use and the buildings gradually collapsed.