Ancient Greece The Classical Ideal - Outline

Ancient Greece The Classical Ideal - Outline - Acropolis...

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ARCH 210 January 30, 2006 Ancient Greece: The Classical Ideal Pteron Pronaos Cella Stylobate Doric order Flute and arris Capital: annulets, echinus, abacus Entablature: architrave, frieze over metopes and triglyphs, cornice Intercolumniation Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, early 5 th century BCE Temple of Hera II (“Neptune”), Paestum, c. 460 BCE Vitruvius, De Architectura
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Unformatted text preview: Acropolis, Athens Parthenon, 447-432 BCE Architect: Iktinos, assisted by Kallicrates Sculptor and director: Phidias Propylaia, 437-432 BCE Architect: Mnesikles Erechtheion, 421-406 BCE Erectheus Caryatid porch Ionic order Volute Corinthian Order Acanthus Egg-and-dart Temple of Zeus Olympius, Athens, begun 175 BCE Theater, Epidauros, c. 300 BCE...
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