Roman Amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: Mouldings of the Third Order. Fig. 1: Plan of the gutters. a. holes apparently to receive timbers [...]b. Pilaster continued to support the two upper courses. c. Openings through the cornice for the uprights of the velum. d. Gutters. e. Spouts with triangular openings to carry off the water. Fig. 2: Mouldings of the order: the cornice is singular: a a rain spouts. Fig. 3: Section of the cornice through the opening for the posts of the velum; the dotted lines shew the gutters. Fig. 4: Section of the plinth with the socket to receive the posts.

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Roman Amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: Mouldings of the Third Order. Fig. 1: Plan of the gutters. a. holes apparently to receive timbers [...]b. Pilaster continued to support the two upper courses. c. Openings through the cornice for the uprights of the velum. d. Gutters. e. Spouts with triangular openings to carry off the water. Fig. 2: Mouldings of the order: the cornice is singular: a a rain spouts. Fig. 3: Section of the cornice through the opening for the posts of the velum; the dotted lines shew the gutters. Fig. 4: Section of the plinth with the socket to receive the posts.

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Mouldings of the Third Order. Fig. 1: Plan of the gutters. a. holes apparently to receive timbers [...]b. Pilaster continued to support the two upper courses. c. Openings through the cornice for the uprights of the velum. d. Gutters. e. Spouts with triangular openings to carry off the water. Fig. 2: Mouldings of the order: the cornice is singular: a a rain spouts. Fig. 3: Section of the cornice through the opening for the posts of the velum; the dotted lines shew the gutters. Fig. 4: Section of the plinth with the socket to receive the posts.

Date

1816

Bibliographic Citation

STUART, James / REVETT, Nicholas. The Antiquities of Athens measured and delineated by James Stuart F.R.S. and F.S.A. and Nicholas Revett painters and architects, vol. IV (Ed. Josiah Wood and Joseph Taylor), London, Thomas Bentham, 1816.

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stuart_301

Table Of Contents

IV, I, XIV

Spatial Coverage

Pula

Istria

Croatia

Subject

Art and antiquities

Architecture and built environment

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“Roman Amphitheater of Pula, Croatia: Mouldings of the Third Order. Fig. 1: Plan of the gutters. a. holes apparently to receive timbers [...]b. Pilaster continued to support the two upper courses. c. Openings through the cornice for the uprights of the velum. d. Gutters. e. Spouts with triangular openings to carry off the water. Fig. 2: Mouldings of the order: the cornice is singular: a a rain spouts. Fig. 3: Section of the cornice through the opening for the posts of the velum; the dotted lines shew the gutters. Fig. 4: Section of the plinth with the socket to receive the posts. ,” travelogues, accessed April 15, 2024, http://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/49054.