Виктория Бочкарева

Виктория Бочкарева

Виктория Бочкарева
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Doric Column In ancient Greece, Doric columns were stouter than those of the Ionic or Corinthian orders. Their smooth, round capitals are simple and plain compared to the other two Greek orders. A square abacus connects the capital to the entablature. In Greece, the Doric column was placed directly on the pavement or floor without benefit of a base.

My first picture is just an example of the oldest order called the Doric. It was originally used by the Greeks. It is the simplest, but strongest out of the three orders. This depicts how the columns tapers from the bottom to the top.

Izabela Ivanova © Fine Art

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