Order characterized by soaring columns with molded bases, capitals with volutes and a continuously sculpted frieze.
Upper section of the crepidoma; it supports the columns.
Concave molding located at the base of the column.
Flat surface between the transverses.
Vertical groove along the length of the column.
In the Ionic and Doric styles, each of a number of bands above the architrave.
Rectangular ornament in relief.
Section of the entablature between the cornice and the architrave. In the Ionic order, it is decorated with scenes sculpted in relief.
Molding projection on top of the entablature. In the Ionic order, it is decorated with a series of dentils.
Decorated molding on the face of the pediment’s sloping cornice.
Base that serves to level the surface on which the temple rests.
Molding in the shape of a large ring, located at the base of the column.
Ornament sculpted in spirals.
Slab covering the capital and supporting the architrave.
Triangular surface between the cornice and the pediment’s two sloping cornices.