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Cornice ionica; marmo lunense, età traianea; Roma, Foro di Traiano, pertinente al primo ordine interno della Basilica Ulpia. Foto di Massimo Baldi. Da: www.decarch.it a cura di Marina Milella.

Cornice ionica; marmo lunense, età traianea; Roma, Foro di Traiano, pertinente al primo ordine interno della Basilica Ulpia. Foto di Massimo Baldi. Da: www.decarch.it a cura di Marina Milella.

École de Médecine, Paris, France.

École de Médecine, Paris, France.

This is a classic architecture print of a drawing by Giacomo Vignola. It is a study of the shadows of a capital of the Ionic order, one of the five orders of architecture. It is a steel engraving and it was published in the 1920s. The original book by Vignola is from 1562.

This is a classic architecture print of a drawing by Giacomo Vignola.

19th century architectural print - example of Greek Classical #Ionic order.

century architectural print - example of Greek Classical Ionic order.

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Architects' first real look at the Greek Ionic order: Julien David LeRoy, Les…

École de Médecine, Paris, France.

École de Médecine, Paris, France.

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Architect Giovanni Bertani bought and readapted this house in He was studying Vitruvius about ionic work back then, so Bertani carved this architectural descriptive reference on Vitruvius. The façade was achieved in and restored in the century.

Statue of Gregorio XIII by A. Minganti and A. Censori (1576-1580) in the portal designed by Galeazzo Alessi and Domenico Tibaldi, built between 1555-1580; Bologna, Italy

Statue of Gregorio XIII by A. Minganti and A. Censori in the portal designed by Galeazzo Alessi and Domenico Tibaldi, built between Bologna, Italy

Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola (1507-1573), 'Regola delli Cinque Ordini d'Architettura', Rome 1562; Plate XVIII: Ionic Order, Pedestal and Column Base.

Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola (1507-1573), 'Regola delli Cinque Ordini d'Architettura', Rome 1562; Plate XVIII: Ionic Order, Pedestal and Column Base.

La colonne Trajanne , construite entre 107 et 113. Connue pour son bas relief s'enroulant en spirale autour d'elle. Elle mesure 40 metres et comemore la victoire de l'empereur Trajan lors des guerres daciques. Sur cette image, on la voit telle qu'elle était dans l'Antiquité et comment elle a été construite

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Building Trajan’s column National Geographic

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