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Capital
Capital
Capital
pediment at top of picture, doric columns under it and frieze above bottom set of columns in frieze, metope and triglyph
Pediment is triangle shape on side of roof, frieze under it and then Doric columns entablature (part of frieze?) w/ metope and triglyph Peripteral
Pediment near top edge of picture, ionic columns under frieze has an entablature is a peripteral fluting w/in column
Peripteral with doric columns and entablature on top -w/in entablature is metope and triglyph
Ceiling is a vault and dome-shaped
Portico right between columns view from portico looking out to peristyle
Caryatid are women as pillars
Caryatids are columns
Caryatid is near left edge of picture
Where people are walking in = portico
Not exactly a cella, but statue could be in cella of a temple Columns in back are ionic w/ fluting
(Picture used before, for different term) Statues w/in walls sitting on pilasters protruding from wall
Dome in temple there for ceiling is a vault, ionic columns w/ one fluting line (as far as I can tell, zoom in if needed) Portico is staircase to doorway
Columns are Corinthian, as capitals are very extravagant
Columns are ionic, as there is fluting in columns
pilasters are walls between couches
Dome at top of building, so ceiling is a vault
As stated in title of picture, this is a pilaster
caryatids/columns surrounding open space=peristyle
Corinthian column due to extravagant capital
Peristyle because of columns surrounding open space
Cella because man in bottom left corner praying to gods' statues
Cella as this is a location where statues of deities are shown
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