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The structure of the entablature varies with the three classical orders: Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian. In each, the proportions of the subdivisions (architrave, frieze, ...

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Which greek order is the most decorative? Ionic is the most decorative of the three Greek orders. The other two are Doric and Corinthian. 6 people found this ...

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In classical design it is composed of a base (except in the Greek Doric order), ... for a roof or the crowning member of an entablature, located above the frieze. cresting A decorative element, frequently of iron, usually located at the peak or edge ... by a column(s) or pilaster(s); it consists of an architrave, a frieze, and a cornice.

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Oct 3, 2016 ... The frieze is above the architrave and below the cornice (in a ... Frieze, in Greco- Roman Classical architecture, the middle of the three main divisions of an entablature ... panel or band used for decorative purposes—e.g., on pottery, on the ... The frieze in buildings using the classic Doric order is usually ...

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Cornice—Part of the entablature, the cornice are decorative moldings above the frieze that serves as an ... Doric order—The oldest Greek Architectural style. ... Resting above the capital, it consists of three parts: an architrave. (horizontal beam(s)), a frieze (a panel or relief), and a cornice (decorative moldings that serves as ...

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of the Ionic Order : the architrave with its three divisions and crowning ... Between the modillions there are square panels or coffers, framed by a decorated ... Rome itself were creating a distinctive Roman form of Corinthian entablature of which ..... Cori which has a Doric architrave and Ionic frieze ; he draws the modillions as  ...

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Architrave. A square beam that is the lowest of the three horizontal ... Recessed panels, square or polygonal, that ornament a vault, ceiling, or the underside ( soffit) of an arch. ... One of the five Classical orders; favored in late Roman architecture. ... The entablature has a plain architrave, a frieze composd of metopes and ...

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Sep 20, 2009 ... is subtractive in the sense that the image has been created by taking away material. .... Any continuous flat band with relief sculpture or painted decorations. ... Rectangular block between the metopes of a Doric frieze. ... entablature consists of an architrave of three panels and moldings ... Corinthian Order ...

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Oct 23, 2011 ... The most plain and simplest of the three Greek architectural orders. The Doric order is ... and below the roof. The entablature has three parts; the architrave, frieze, and pediment. ... A plain or decorated slab on a Doric frieze. It alternates with ... A three-grooved panel on a Doric frieze; it alternates with metop ...

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Mar 2, 2012 ... For instance, we call the control device on an instrument panel a button. ... be composed of various moldings and can be enriched with carved decorations ... In the classical entablature*, the architrave can be divided into two or more ... The cymatium in the Greek Doric order normally has an elliptical profile.