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Ruins of the Temple of Dionysus in Teos.

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View of Segigeck [Sigacik] and the Peninsula of Teos.

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Elevation of the Front of the Temple of Dionysus in Teos.

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Temple of Dionysus in Teos. Fig. I: The Base of the Column, with the lower part of the Shaft. Fig. II: The Capital and Architrave, with the upper part of the Shaft of the Columns.Fig. III, A Section through the front of the Capital and Architrave. Fig. IV: A Section through the Profile of the Capital. Fig. V: The Contour of the Volute.

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Capital and base of column from the Temple of Dionysus in Teos, with reconstructive drawing of the entablature.

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Temple of Dionysus in Teos: Fig. Ι: The Cornice of the Temple. Fig. II An Architrave and Frize, of one piece of marble, decorated with a patera and festoons of Laurel, in a Turkish Burying-Ground by a Mosque at Segigeck [Sigacik]. Fig.III: A Section through the Sossit of the Architrave, which has a Compartmen surrounded with an Ovolo laid also flat. Fig. IV: A Pedestal and square Base, of one piece of white marble, near the South Gate at Segizeck [Sigacik].

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Tail-Piece: The Trunk of Female figure, about as half as big as life, lying in a Turkish Burying-ground on the South side of Segigeck [ Sigacik].

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Angular capital from the Temple of Athena Polias in Priene.

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Head- Piece: The Angular Capital, which was too much mutilated to be measured.

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The Temple of Athena Polias in Priene.

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Temple of Athena Polias in Priene: Fig. I: The uppermost Step and Base, with the lower part of the Shaft of the Column. Fig. II: The Capital and Fasciae of the Architrave, with the upper part of the Shaft of the Column.

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Temple of Athena Polias in Priene: Fig. I: The uppermost Step and Base, with the lower part of the Shaft of the Column., Fig. II: The Capital and Fasciae of the Architrave, with the upper part of the Shaft of the Column. (shaded drawing).

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Capital from the temple of Athena Polias in Priene: Fig. I: The Plan of the Capital…Fig. II: An Elevation of the Profile of the Capital. Fig.III: A Section through the Profile of the Capital. Fig.IV: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. V: The Contour of the Volute… Fig. VI: A Section through the Torus of the Base, in which the Flutings and Profile are distinctly marked.

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Capital from the temple of Athena Polias in Priene: The Plan, Elevation of the Profile, and Section of the Capital, shaded; Also the Abacus of the Capital and the Section on a larger Scale…Fig. I: The Plan of the Capital…Fig. II: An Elevation of the Profile of the Capital. Fig.III: A Section through the Profile of the Capital. Fig.IV: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. V: The Contour of the Volute… Fig. VI: A Section through the Torus of the Base, in which the Flutings and Profile are distinctly marked.

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Temple of Athena Polias in Priene: Fig. I: The Cornice of the Temple. Fig. II: A Section through the Cornice of the Pediment, with its Front annexed. Fig.III: A Section through the Architrave of the Temple, with its internal Face. Fig. IV: A Section through one of the Transverse Beams which supported the Lacunaria, with one of its Faces.

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Temple of Athena Polias in Priene: The Cornices in the foregoing Plate shaded. Fig. I: The Cornice of the Temple. Fig. II: A Section through the Cornice of the Pediment, with its Front annexed. Fig.III: A Section through the Architrave of the Temple, with its internal Face. Fig. IV: A Section through one of the Transverse Beams which supported the Lacunaria, with one of its Faces.

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Temple of Athena Polias in Priene: Architectural features such as base of column, capital, helix, cymatium and others. Fig. I: A square Base, with the lower part of a Column, found near each other, by the South East angle of the Temple. Fig. II: One of the Fronts of a Square Capital, which has four faces, and a Plinth upon the Abacus. A Section through the Stems of the Volutes, in front of the Capital. Fig. III: The Semi-profile of the same Capital. Fig. IV: A Section through the Cymatium of the Architrave. Fig. V: A Fragment of the Lacunaria...Fig. VI: The Cornice, which belonged to the Peristyle within the Peribolus. Fig.VII: A Section through an Architrave, belonging to the same Entablature as the above Cornice did, and found near it, among the ruins at the front of the Peribolus.

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Temple of Athena Polias in Priene: Architectural features such as base of column, capital, helix, cymatium and others, (shaded drawing). Fig. I: A square Base, with the lower part of a Column, found near each other, by the South East angle of the Temple. Fig. II: One of the Fronts of a Square Capital, which has four faces, and a Plinth upon the Abacus. A Section through the Stems of the Volutes, in front of the Capital. Fig. III: The Semi-profile of the same Capital. Fig. IV: A Section through the Cymatium of the Architrave. Fig. V: A Fragment of the Lacunaria...Fig. VI: The Cornice, which belonged to the Peristyle within the Peribolus. Fig.VII: A Section through an Architrave, belonging to the same Entablature as the above Cornice did, and found near it, among the ruins at the front of the Peribolus.

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Temple of Athena Polias in Priene: Fig. 1: The Entablature of the Temple restored [reconstructed representation], with a Section through the middle, showing its internal face. Fig. 2: The Ornament on the Sima upon a larger Scale… Fig. 3: An Architrave and Cornice, taken from Mr. Wood's measurements of this temple.

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Temple of Athena Polias in Priene: Fig. I: A Cornice found at some distance, to the South East from the Peribolus. Fig. II: A Doric Capital and Entablature.Fig. III: The Projecture of the Triglyph from the Naked of the Frize.

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Temple of Athena Polias in Priene: The Contents of the preceding Plate shaded. Fig. I: A Cornice found at some distance, to the South East from the Peribolus. Fig. II: A Doric Capital and Entablature.Fig. III: The Projecture of the Triglyph from the Naked of the Frize. (shaded drawing)

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: A Fragment of a Capital upon the heap of Ruins at the North-West Angle of the Temple.

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: The Front and Profile of a Capital of the Pilasters.

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View of the course of the Meander from Miletus.

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: View of the End of the Ruin of the Temple from the North-East.

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig. I: The uppermost Step, Base, and lower part of the external Columns of the Dipteros. Fig. II: The Capital and Architrave, with the upper part of the Shaft of the Column.

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig. I: The uppermost Step, Base, and lower part of the external Columns of the Dipteros. Fig. II: The Capital and Architrave, with the upper part of the Shaft of the Column (shaded drawing).

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig. I: The Plan of the Capital…Fig. II: The Profile of the Capital. Fig. III: A Section through the Profile of the Capital. Fig. IV: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. V: The Architrave of the internal Columns of the Diptero with the Frize, which supported the Lacunaria. Fig. VI: The Contour of the Volute, with as many of its Measures as could be collected.

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: The Contents of the foregoing Plate shaded, with a Section through the external Architrave of the Dipteros, also its internal Face and that of the Frize annexed. Fig. I: The Plan of the Capital…Fig. II: The Profile of the Capital. Fig. III: A Section through the Profile of the Capital. Fig. IV: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. V: The Architrave of the internal Columns of the Diptero with the Frize, which supported the Lacunaria. Fig. VI: The Contour of the Volute, with as many of its Measures as could be collected.

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig.I: The Front of the Ionic Capital of a Pilaster, with the upper part of the Shaft. Fig. II: The Profile of the same Capital. Fig. III: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. IV: Another Compartment in the Front of one of these Capitals.

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