Capital from the temple of Athena Polias in Priene: The Plan, Elevation of the Profile, and Section of the Capital, shaded; Also the Abacus of the Capital and the Section on a larger Scale…Fig. I: The Plan of the Capital…Fig. II: An Elevation of the Profile of the Capital. Fig.III: A Section through the Profile of the Capital. Fig.IV: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. V: The Contour of the Volute… Fig. VI: A Section through the Torus of the Base, in which the Flutings and Profile are distinctly marked.

Dublin Core

Creator

DILETTANTI

Title

Capital from the temple of Athena Polias in Priene: The Plan, Elevation of the Profile, and Section of the Capital, shaded; Also the Abacus of the Capital and the Section on a larger Scale…Fig. I: The Plan of the Capital…Fig. II: An Elevation of the Profile of the Capital. Fig.III: A Section through the Profile of the Capital. Fig.IV: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. V: The Contour of the Volute… Fig. VI: A Section through the Torus of the Base, in which the Flutings and Profile are distinctly marked.

Alternative Title

The Plan, Elevation of the Profile, and Section of the Capital, shaded; Also the Abacus of the Capital and the Section on a larger Scale…

Date

1769

Bibliographic Citation

Society of Dilettanti. Ionian Antiquities published with Permission of the Society of Dilettanti, by R. Chandler, M.A. F.S.A. N. Revett, Architect; W. Pars, Painter, London, For T. Spilsbury and W. Haskell, MDCCLXIX [=1769].

Identifier

dil_pri_7

Table Of Contents

13, V

Spatial Coverage

Priene

Asia Minor

Turkey

Subject

Art and antiquities

Architecture and built environment

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DILETTANTI , “Capital from the temple of Athena Polias in Priene: The Plan, Elevation of the Profile, and Section of the Capital, shaded; Also the Abacus of the Capital and the Section on a larger Scale…Fig. I: The Plan of the Capital…Fig. II: An Elevation of the Profile of the Capital. Fig.III: A Section through the Profile of the Capital. Fig.IV: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. V: The Contour of the Volute… Fig. VI: A Section through the Torus of the Base, in which the Flutings and Profile are distinctly marked.,” travelogues, accessed February 26, 2024, https://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/36832.