Minoan Columns Are Distinguished by?


The Minoan Columns are woods that were fashioned out of and utilized at the palace of Knossos. They were characterized by their bulbous and cushion like capitals, which resemble these of the later Greek Doric order.
Q&A Related to "Minoan Columns Are Distinguished by?"
Tapering shape and bulbous capitals.
doing a take home exam right now and thats one of my questions. its A. tapering shape and bulbous capitals. you dont happen to go to nova do you?
8 1/2 x 14. Sorry, couldn't resist. No blueprints (duh) nobody really knows. they were re created and while most think they are accurate, there's really no way to know.
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