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Comparison of architectural features of the temples of Paestum (column, entablature and corniche) with Doric temples of Athens and Rome in order to show the place of Paestum in the evolution of the rhythm. 1. Comparison of the Second Temple of Hera in Paestum to the temple of Hephaestus and the Parthenon in Athens. 2. Comparison of the temple of Athena in Paestum to the theatre of Marcellus and the Colosseum in Rome. 3. Comparison of the Temple of Hera in Paestum to the temple of Athena in Paestum and the theatre of Marcellus in Rome. 4. Comparison of column capitals.
Tags: Ancient temples, Ancient temples of Poseidonia (Paestum), Ancient theatre of Marcellus (Rome), Architecture and built environment, Art and antiquities, Colosseum, Doric order, Italy, Paestum / anc. Poseidonia, Parthenon, Plans and drawings, Roman architecture, Roman monuments, Southern Italy, Temple of Athena (Paestum), Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion), Temple of Hera (Paestum), Temple of Hera II (Paestum)
Second Temple of Hera in Paestum, Italy: Fig. 1. Drawing of echinus of the capital of the column of the inner peristyle. Fig. 2. Drawings of the annulets and echinus of the inner peristyle. Fig. 3. Plan of the flutings. Fig. 4. Drawings of the abacus and echinus of the capital in the upper floor of the inner peristyle. Fig. 5. Drawing of the annulets of the capital in the upper floor of the inner peristyle.
Second Temple of Hera in Paestum, Italy: Fig. 1. Half plan of the entablature of pronaos: triglyph, metops etc. Drawings of column, capital of the column and part of the entablature of pronaos. Fig. 2. Section plan of the triglyph. Fig. 3. Section plan of abacus, capital of the column and column of the pronaos.
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