Doric order (230 Subjects)
View of the interior of the Doric temple of Segesta in Sicily.
View of the Doric temple of Segesta in Sicily.
Plan and reconstruction of architectural features from Temple G, dedicated to Zeus, in Selinunte, Sicily.
South-east view of the temple of Poseidon at Sounion.
The temple of Aphaia on Aegina island. The peasants who supplied the travellers with provisions during the latter's stay at the site.
The interior of the temple of Aphaia at Aegina.
The temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae. On the left, the Turkish and the Tatar attendants of Edward Dodwell.
“Palikaria” and heads of irregular troops at the temple of Apollo in Ancient Corinth.
The temple of Aphaia, Aegina island.
Remains of a Doric column, Thorikos.
Restoration of the facade and sides of the Second Temple of Hera in Paestum.
Second Temple of Hera in Paestum. A. Longitudinal section. B. Transverse section. C-F. Architectural features of the tempe.
Restoration of the Second Temple of Hera in Paestum. 1. Longitudinal section. 2. Transverse section.
Second Temple of Hera in Paestum. Restoration of column, column capital and entablature. Architectural features of column and entablature.
Second Temple of Hera in Paestum: Details of the entablature, column base, column and column capital.
1. Restoration of the facade of the Temple of Athena in Paestum. 2. Facade of the temple. 3. Plan of the temple. 4. Ceiling plan of the entablature, details of column and column capital. 5. Drawing of part of the entablature, emphasizing triglyphs and guttae. 6. Details of the temple.
Temple of Hera in Paestum. 1. Plan of the temple. 2. Part of the entablature with details of the column and column capital. 3. Drawing of columm capital. 4. Decorative elements of th echinus of column capital.
Temple of Hera in Paestum 1. Exterior of the peristyle. 2. Interior of the peristyle. 3.Profile of peristyle columns. Analysis of column curvatures. Front view of peristyle columns.
Antiquities of Paestum: 1. Exterior of a gate 2. Interior of a gate. 3. Plan of the Roman theatre. 4. Plan of a gate. 5.Column capital from the excavation site. 6. Ancient coins.
Comparison of architectural features of the temples of Paestum (column, entablature and corniche) with Doric temples of Athens and Rome in order to show the place of Paestum in the evolution of the rhythm. 1. Comparison of the Second Temple of Hera in Paestum to the temple of Hephaestus and the Parthenon in Athens. 2. Comparison of the temple of Athena in Paestum to the theatre of Marcellus and the Colosseum in Rome. 3. Comparison of the Temple of Hera in Paestum to the temple of Athena in Paestum and the theatre of Marcellus in Rome. 4. Comparison of column capitals.
Doric capital and part of shaft.
1. View of the port of Syracuse from the sea, with Mount Aetna in the background. 2. View of the port of Syracuse from the city.
1. View of the outer peristyle of the temple of Athena, today part of the cathedral church of Syracuse. 2. Fountain of Arethousa, Syracuse.
1. View of the ancient theatre of Syracuse. 2. View of the funerary monument known as the “Grave of Archimedes”.
1. View of river Anapo, which runs through the city of Syracuse. 2. The remains of the temple of Olympian Zeus in Syracuse.
Doric column capital. Ionic column capital.
Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae. Reconstruction, section and ceiling plan of architectural and decorative features of the pronaos entablature: column, triglyphs and metopes.
Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae: Section and ceiling plan of the architectural details at the corner of the pronaos: anta and triglyphs.
Reconstruction and details of architectural features of columns, Megalopolis.
Temple of Apollo, Delos island: Reconstruction, architectural features and plans of elements of the entablature and column.