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This picture depicts a Key Border and Ionic Order. The key border is a repetitive pattern. You can tell the column is an Ionic Order by the swirls at the top.

Column in Pantheon--Rome

Column in Pantheon--Rome Stone Carved Marble Pillar Column - We are manufacturer, exporters and suppliers.

Greco Roman columns.

On how the Romans columns changed over decades. Extra learning for young kids learning about the Romans. Detail has changed over time on the columns.

Marble column from the Temple of Artemis at Sardis http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/grarc/hd_grarc.htm

Marble Ionic column from the temple of Artemis at Sardis. Looted artifact displayed at The Metropolitan Museum of New York

Gothic Capitals John Ruskin c. Engraving Source: Works, facing XI, One of Ruskin's many technical illustrations for The Stones of Venice — the architectural equivalent of the geological studies in Modern Painters

spiral columns in Ravello cathedral

Spiral columns in Ravello cathedral. These spiral columns, decorated with mosaics, support the Pulpit of the Gospels in the Duomo of Ravello (near Amalfi, Italy). The pulpit was created in 1272 by Nicolo di Bartolomeo.