Exam 2 Structures chronological order

Exam 2 Structures chronological order - Architectural...

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Architectural elements (“anatomy”) of the Doric & Ionic Orders Drawing of a Roman temple (plan and elevation), based upon description by Vitruvius Architectural elements (“anatomy”) of an arch Temple of Hera at Olympia, ca. 600-590 BCE (Archaic Period) Temple of Hera, Paestum, Italy, ca. 550 BCE (Archaic Period) Persepolis, 518 – 460 B.C. (Persian) Athens, Greece, Temple of Athena Parthenos (Parthenon), 447-432 BCE (Classical Period) Athens, Greece, “Erechtheion” (Temple of Athena Polias, c. 421-406 BCE (Classical Period) Athens, Greece, Propylaia, c. 437-432 BCE (Classical Period) Bassai (Bassae), Greece, Temple of Apollo Epikourios (Epicurius), c. 430 BCE (Classical Period) Athens, Greece, Temple of Athena Nike c. 425 BCE (Classical Period) Athens, Greece, Lysikrates Monument, Athens, c. 335/334 BCE
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Unformatted text preview: Pompeii, Amphitheater, c. 80 BCE Nimes, France, Pont du Gard, 20-16 BCE Rome, Theater of Marcellus, 13-11 BCE Epidauros, Greece, Theater, 4th-2nd century BCE (Hellenistic Period) Athens, Greece: Stoa of Attalus II, 2nd century BCE (Hellenistic Period) Palestrina, Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia, 2nd-1st century BCE Rome, Temple of Portunus (formerly called “Fortuna Virilis”) 2 nd century BCE “Arch of Augustus,” Perugia, Italy Nîmes, France, Maison Carrée, c. 10 CE Rome, Flavian Amphitheater (“Colosseum”) completed 80 CE Rome, Forum of Trajan, c. 100-114 CE Rome, Markets of Trajan, c. 100-114 CE Rome, Pantheon, c. 118-128 CE Rome, Baths of Diocletian, 298-306 CE Rome, Basilica of Constantine and Maxentius (Basilica Nova), c. 307-315 CE...
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