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Greek Arch

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  • 1. Greek Architecture
  • 2. Let’s Review The architecture from the Stone Age period of Greece were small houses made of wood.
  • 3. Lerna The House of Tiles was the next major Greek structure.
  • 4. The Doric Style The earliest temples were built in the Doric style. These were simple, yet strong structures. There are no bases on the columns, it is very simple looking.
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  • 7. Ionic Style
    • Around 500 b.c
    • Ionic temples were more fancy than the Doric.
    • The columns had small bases to sit on.
    • There is a double-curve stone at the top.
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  • 9. Corinthian Style
    • Named after the city of Corinth
    • It was not used much by the Greeks, but often by the Romans.
    • Fanciest base of the three styles.
    • Stone carving a leaves on the top.
    • Best example is the Pantheon.
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  • 11. Video on the Greek Columns http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdJ-FPI7lZA

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