Classical 232 - 09:21:00 (ca.600480B.C GreekTemple...

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23/09/2010 09:21:00 Classical  232 Archaeology and Art of Greece and Rome The Archaic Period Architecture  Greece in the Archaic Period (ca. 600-480 B.C) Greek Temple  Opisthodomos  two columns Cella or Naos  coat image is kept Pronaos  front Stylobate  all of it rests  Stereobate  surrounding it Direct Order  Column   Vertical imprintes  Sets on the stylobate   Echinus makes the transition from the column to the necking   Architrave  blank section  triglph  two grips   metope  rectangular space Temple of Hera, Olympia (ca. 590 B.C.) Hexastyle What is the preferred ratio of the height of the column to the weight of the  column; how tall, fat, slender What is the preferred ratio of the number of colums on the front to the back  compared to the side  How wide and long? And how tall should the columns be? 
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