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The Greek Architectural Orders Chart

by: Lauren Vaccaro

The Greek Architectural Orders Chart ARH2050

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A chart comparing/contrasting differences between the Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian Orders. Italicized words are (I think) key distinctions.
History and Criticism of Art I
Art, history, doric, order, orders, ionic, corinthian, Greek, ancient, Greece, Architecture, architectural, study, guide, chart, Comparisons, Comparison, Columns, column
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Date Created: 10/06/16
The Greek Architectural Orders Doric Ionic Corinthian General Oldest Second oldest Wasn’t used much by Simplest “female” form Greeks Most massive Most decorative “male” form Cornice Angled Angled Flat Entablature Alternating metopes Narrower than Doric Similar to Ionic and triglyphs Plan and continuous Simple patterns on frieze the frieze Instead of metopes and triglyphs, the frieze can hold figural groups and other ornamentation Capitals A circle topped by a Distinctive spiral, Sheathed with square scrolled volute stylized acanthus leaves below 4 scrolls Shafts (Relatively) small (Relatively) Uses entasis proportions elongated proportions Shallow flutes (20) 24 sharp-edged flutes More flutes than Doric (24) that are deep and separated by fillets Have entasis Base (often) no base Large and looked like Like Ionic a set of stacked rings Locations Temple of Aphaia Siphnian Treasury The Pantheon The Parthenon Used for smaller buildings and interiors


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