Doric order (217 Subjects)
View of the Temple of Aphaia in Aegina.
View of the Temple of Apollo in Ancient Corinth. In the background the Acrocorinth.
View of the Temple of Hera in Agrigento, Sicily.
View of the Doric Temple of Segesta, Sicily.
Fig. 1. View of Mount Vesuvius from the port of Naples. Fig. 2. Views of the Temple of Poseidon (on the right) and the Temple of Hera (on the left) in Paestum, Italy.
Part of the Propylae of the Acropolis of Athens and the Temple of Athena Nike. In the foreground the pedestal of Agrippa. In the background the Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion).
The Parthenon from the west. On the right the Erechtheion.
The Temple of Aphaia, Aegina.
The Temple of Apollo in Ancient Corinth.
The ruins of the temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae.
Temple of Jupiter, Nemea.
The temple of Aphaia in Aegina and the coast of Attica.
View of the temple of Apollo Epicurius in Bassae, Figaleia.
Religious procession in Alcamo, Sicily. Plan of the Doric temple of Segesta.
The Doric temple of Segesta, Sicily. 1. Partial view of the peristyle. 2. Drawing of column and column capital, highlighting the guttae of the entablature.
View of the interior of the Doric temple of Segesta in Sicily.
View of the Doric temple of Segesta in Sicily.
South-east view of the temple of Poseidon at Sounion.
The temple of Aphaia on Aegina island. The peasants who supplied the travellers with provisions during the latter's stay at the site.
The interior of the temple of Aphaia at Aegina island.
The temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae. On the left, the Turkish and the Tatar attendants of Edward Dodwell.
“Palikaria” and heads of irregular troops at the temple of Apollo in Ancient Corinth.
The temple of Aphaia, Aegina island.
The Parthenon seen from the Propylaea.
Remains of a Doric column, Thorikos.
Restoration of the facade and sides of the Second Temple of Hera in Paestum.
Second Temple of Hera in Paestum. A. Longitudinal section. B. Transverse section. C-F. Architectural features of the tempe.
Restoration of the Second Temple of Hera in Paestum. 1. Longitudinal section. 2. Transverse section.