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The Greek Temple
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1. stereobate 2. stylobate 3. column, peristyle, pteron 4. pronaos 5. naos 6. opisthodomus
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Temple of Hera I (Basilica), Paestum, Italy c. 530 BCE
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Temple of Hera I (Basilica), Paestum, Italy c. 530 BCE
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Temple of Hera I (Basilica), Paestum, Italy c. 530 BCE
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Temple of Hera I (Basilica), Paestum, Italy c. 530 BCE
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Archaic DoricTemple proportionately longer and narrower (4:9) columns closer together columns heavier, less integrate Entablature taller and seems to weigh on the columns sculpture in frieze and pediment
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Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Libon, architect 465 BCE
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Classical Doric Temple designed on a module of 1:2 designed completely before start of construction
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Unformatted text preview: greater unity of column balance between column and entablature Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Libon, architect 465 BCE Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Libon, architect 465 BCE Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Libon, architect 465 BCE Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Libon, architect 465 BCE Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Greece Libon, architect 465 BCE Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, Turkey Chersiphron, architect c. 600 BCE Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, Turkey c. 600 BCE Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, Turkey c. 600 BCE Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, Turkey c. 600 BCE Temple of Artemis, Ephesus, Turkey c. 300 BCE...
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