History Of Architecture Quiz #1 Chapter 2

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History Of Architecture Quiz #1 Chapter 2
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    • Temple of Poseidon
    • Paestum, Italy
    • c.460 B.C.
    • Temple in antis (left)
    • Prostyle temple (right)
  1. Amphiprostyle temple plans
    • Plan, Basilica (originally, the temple of Hera I)
    • Paestum
    • c. 530 B.C.
    • Detail of capital, Basilica (Originally temple of Hera I)
    • Paestum
    • c.530 B.C.
    • Eastern view, Basilica (originally temple of Hera I)
    • Paestum
    • c.530 B.C.
    • Facade, Temple of Poseidon (Hera II)
    • Paestum
    • c. 460 B.C.
    • Plan, Temple of Poseidon (Hera II)
    • Paestum
    • c. 460 B.C.
    • View from the south east, Acropolis
    • Athens
    • c.400 B.C.
    • Acropolis (anonymous 17th century drawing)
    • Athens
    • c.400 B.C.
    • Acropolis (restored plan)
    • Athens
    • c.400 B.C.
    • Acropolis (model by G.P. Stevens)
    • Athens
    • c.400 B.C.
    • Parthenon (View from the northwest)
    • Athens
    • 447-432 B.C.
    • Ictinus and Callicrates (architects) Phidias (sculptor)
    • Parthenon (view from east)
    • Athens
    • 447-438 B.C.
    • Ictinus and Callicrates (architects) Phidias (sculptor)
    • Parthenon (Detail corner of entablature)
    • Athens
    • 447-438 B.C.
    • Ictinus and Callicrates (architects) Phidias (sculptor)
    • Parthenon (Cross section)
    • Athens
    • 447-432 B.C.
    • Ictinus and Callicrates (architects) Phidias (sculptor)
    • Temple of Hephaestus (Diagram of angle contraction)
    • Athens
    • 449-430 B.C.
    • Doric temple diagram showing optical refinements exaggerated
    • (after j.j.Coulton)
    • Parthenon (steps showing curvature)
    • Athens
    • 447-432 B.C.
    • Ictinus and Callicrates (architects) Phidias (sculptor)
    • Temple of Athena Polias, (Ionic order)
    • Priene, Turkey
    • 340 B.C.
    • Architect Pythius
    • Temple of Artemis, Plan
    • Ephesus
    • Mid- 6th century B.C.
    • Temple of Artemis (southwest corner)
    • Ephesus
    • Mid- 6th century B.C.
    • Temple of Athena Nike
    • Acropolis, Athens
    • c. 420 B.C.
    • Temple of Athena Nike (detail)
    • Acropolis, Athens
    • c. 420 B.C.
    • Erechtheum (from the west)
    • Acropolis, Athens
    • c. 420 B.C.
    • Erechtheum (plan)
    • Acropolis, Athens
    • c. 420 B.C.
    • Porch of the Maidens, Erechtheum
    • Acropolis, Athens
    • c. 420 B.C.
    • Erechtheum (detail of east porch)
    • Acropolis, Athens
    • c. 420 B.C.
    • Propylaea (plan)
    • Acropolis, Athens
    • c.437-432 B.C.
    • Architect Mnesicles
    • Propylaea (longitudinal section)
    • Acropolis, Athens
    • c.437-432 B.C.
    • Architect Mnesicles
    • Propylaea (from southwest)
    • Acropolis, Athens
    • c.437-432 B.C.
    • Architect Mnesicles
    • Propylaea (from the east)
    • Acropolis, Athens
    • c.437-432 B.C.
    • Architect Mnesicles
    • view of the sanctuary of Apollo
    • Delphi
    • c. 530 B.C.
    • Temple of Apollo
    • Bassae
    • c. 420-410 B.C.
    • prob architect Ictinus
    • Temple of Apollo (plan)
    • Bassae
    • c. 420-410 B.C.
    • prob architect Ictinus
    • Temple of Apollo (interior)
    • Bassae
    • c. 420-410 B.C.
    • prob architect Ictinus
    • Monument to Lysicrates
    • Athens
    • 335 B.C.
    • (earliest corinthian capitals)
    • Temple of Apollo (plan)
    • Didyma, Turkey
    • c. 300 B.C.
    • (partially completed by Romans)
    • Temple of Apollo (remains)
    • Didyma, Turkey
    • c. 300 B.C.
    • (partially completed by Romans)
    • Temple of Apollo (view of the court)
    • Didyma, Turkey
    • c. 300 B.C.
    • (partially completed by Romans)
    • Sanctuary of Asclepius
    • Kos
    • 2nd century B.C.
    • (straight centered aproach represents final movment away from greek approach like in the acropolis)

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