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Detail of Ionic capitals and entablature, with dimensions, featuring decorative stonework and a carved frieze depicting a procession of women and centaurs

RIBA20943
NOTES: This drawing was produced for reproduction in 'Antiquities of Ionia, Part the Fourth', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London, 1881). The engraver of the images in their printed form was Jules Penel.

Reconstructed view of a Greek temple of the Ionic order in a mountainous landscape

RIBA20944
NOTES: This drawing was produced for reproduction in 'Antiquities of Ionia, Part the Fourth', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London) 1881). The engraver of the images in their printed form was Jules Penel.

Detail of an Ionic capital, base and entablature from the temple at Priene

RIBA20949
NOTES: This drawing was produced for reproduction in 'Antiquities of Ionia, Part the Fourth', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London, 1881). The engraver of the images in their printed form was Jules Penel.

Detail of an Ionic capital, base and entablature, featuring a frieze depicting a battle scene

RIBA20950
NOTES: This drawing was produced for reproduction in 'Antiquities of Ionia, Part the Fourth', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London, 1881). The engraver of the images in their printed form was Jules Penel.

Measured drawings of the Temple of Vesta (Temple of the Sibyl), Tivoli: section

RIBA21075
NOTES: This drawing is by an unidentified 18th century Italian architect.

Study of an Ionic capital, column base and entablature from the Temple of Bacchus at Teos: elevations and sections

RIBA21594
NOTES: This drawing was reproduced in the publication 'Antiquities of Ionia', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London, 1769, vol I), chapt. I, pl. IV. The book was of great importance in disseminating knowledge of Greek architecture and became a source for the later Greek revival in England.

Study of an Ionic capital, architrave and column base from the Temple of Minerva Polias at Priene: elevations

RIBA21596
NOTES: This drawing was reproduced in the publication 'Antiquities of Ionia', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London, 1769, vol I), chapt. II, pl. III. The book was of great importance in disseminating knowledge of Greek architecture and became a source for the later Greek revival in England.

Elevations and sections of an Ionic capital, with a detail and section of moulding from the Temple of Minerva Polias at Priene

RIBA21597
NOTES: This drawing was reproduced in the publication 'Antiquities of Ionia', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London, 1769, vol I), chapt. II, pl V. The book was of great importance in disseminating knowledge of Greek architecture and became a source for the later Greek revival in England.

Column, capital and entablature of the Corinthian Order: perspective view

RIBA22366
NOTES: These drawings are by an unidentified 18th century draughtsman, possibly James Gibbs.

Column, capital and entablature of the Composite Order: perspective view

RIBA22367
NOTES: These drawings are by an unidentified 18th century draughtsman, possibly James Gibbs.

Column, capital and entablature of the Ionic Order: perspective view

RIBA22368
NOTES: These drawings are by an unidentified 18th century draughtsman, possibly James Gibbs.
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