Art History II
There is no base in doric order. It works well horizontally on buildings, that's why it was so good with the long rectangular buildings made by the Greeks.
A triangular structure on the top.
The upper section of a classical building, resting on the columns and constituting the architrave, frieze, and cornice.
It is a vertical support of roof. Meets the entablature by the capital.
It is the heart of the building, the most important part. The inner area of an ancient temple.
It is the introductory space to a building
It is a series of columns that goes around the building.
A broad horizontal band of sculpted or painted decoration, esp. on a wall near the ceiling.
A vault forming a half cylinde
an important church building designated by the pope because they carry special spiritual, historical, and/or architectural significance.
A round or eyelike openin
is a sunken panel in the shape of a square, rectangle, or octagon in a ceiling, soffit or vault
The longitudinal planned churches lead with a porch and are long and rectangular shaped.
The central part of a church building, intended to accommodate most of the congregation.
Either of the two parts forming the arms of the cross shape, projecting at right angles from the nave.
A large semicircular or polygonal recess in a church, arched or with a domed roof
The upper part of the nave, choir, and transepts of a large church, containing a series of windows
produced by the intersection at right angles of two barrel vaults
The intersection of two or three barrel vaults produces a rib-vault or ribbed vault when they are edged with an armature of piped
Provide (a building or structure) with projecting supports built against its walls: "a buttressed wall".