Doric order

NOUN
  1. the oldest and simplest of the Greek orders and the only one that normally has no base
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How To Use Doric order In A Sentence

  • The former asylum opened in 1816 is a stately quadrangular building of stone with pillars of the Doric order.
  • Work out for yourself the differences between Corinthian, Ionic and Doric orders.
  • Hercules, Doric order appropriate to, 15; site of temple of, 31; cellae of temple of, 53; The Ten Books on Architecture
  • The interior of Syon Hall has a Doric order with high attic and flat-beamed ceiling.
  • If the women refer to the Ionic of the piano nobile above them, then the Zecca doorway with its herms suggests the mixture of rustic and Doric orders of the first floor of the mint.
  • It was a peripteral octostyle, of the Doric order, with seventeen columns on the sides, each six feet two inches in diameter at the base, and thirty-four feet in height, elevated on three steps. The International Monthly Magazine, Volume 5, No. 1, January, 1852
  • The former asylum opened in 1816 is a stately quadrangular building of stone with pillars of the Doric order.
  • The former asylum is a stately quadrangular building of stone with pillars of the Doric order.
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