Order characterized especially by its capital decorated with acanthus leaves.
Molding in the shape of a large ring, located at the base of the column.
Ornamental motif placed under the corona of the cornice.
Rectangular ornament in relief.
Ornamental motif inspired by a plant and used to decorate the capital.
Ornament sculpted in spirals.
Decorative pattern characterized by a series of carved leaves whose rounded top is in relief.
Molding that separates the capital of the column from the shaft.
Vertical groove along the length of the column.
Flat surface between the flutes.
Molding separating two tori.
Concave molding located at the base of the column.
Base upon which the building rests; it is composed of several levels.
Lower part of the column, on which the shaft rests.
Circular pillar supporting the entablature; it is composed of three parts: the base, the shaft and the capital.
Fluted part of the column, located between the base and the capital.
Top of the column supporting the entablature.
Lower section of the entablature, directly on top of the capitals of the columns.
Section composed of the architrave, the frieze and the cornice; it supports the pediment.
Triangular section above the entablature.