Greek Architecture

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Greek Architecture

5th Century BCEMagna Graecia became the style of greece

447-438BCEthe greeks created the Partheon temple.

700 BCGreeks begin to use stone to build temples instead of wood.

Corinthian Columns

Doric

Enstasis

Ionic Column

Corinthian columns are the fanciest columns with more decorations and details. Ionic columns are known for their spiral capital and are also one of the simplest columns.

Partheon

The Partheon Temple was architected by Ictinus and Callicrates. They originally created it to represent perfection.

Lonian

The Lonian Temple was created by Theodoros. They made it to represent the Greek goddess, Hera.

The Partheon is a temple that was built by the Athens to represent the greek goddess Athena.

6th CenturyBCETheodoros created the Lonian Temple

Doric columns represented masculinity, strength, and solidity.Enstasis columns were used in doric temples because of there illusions and there design.

Greek Architecture

Nayeli Guzman 8A

4th Century BCbegan to use enstasis columns.


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