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characterized by, capitals with funnel shaped echinuses, columns without bases, and a frieze of triglyphs and metopes.
characterized by, among other features, volutes, capitals, columns with bases, and an uninterrupted frieze.
no such order exists, in strict terms, but only this type of capital used in the Ionic order.
The horizontal arrangement of the parts of a building or of the buildings and streets of a city or town, or a drawing or diagram showing such arrangement.
a head-on view of an external or internal wall, showing its features and often other elements that would be visible beyond or before the wall.
a vertical, weight-carrying architectural member, circular in cross-section and consisting of a base, a shaft, and a capital.
triglyph & metope frieze
a triple projecting, grooved member of a Doric frieze that alternates with metopes.
the portion of a basilica flanking the nave and separated from it by a row of columns or piers.
the style of painted or sculptured representation based on close observation of the natural world.
art and culture of the roughly three centuries between the death of
Alexander the Great in 323 BCE and the death of Queen Cleopatra in 30 BCE.
patterns or pictures made by embedding small pieces of stone or glass in cement on surfaces such as walls and floors.
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