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Greece

For the three centuries after the sixth century B.C., the Greeks created monumental buildings with columns, pediments, entablatures, capitals, bases, and all the elements of architecture that are now referred to as "Classical".

   
       
Temple at Hephaestus (471 - 40015 B.C.)
Propylea (450 B.C.)
       
 
Acropolis (500 - 400 B.C.)
 
Erectheum (440 B.C.)
 
Parthenon Side (447 B.C.)
 
       
 
Treasury at Delphi (520 B.C.)
 
Corinthian Capital (440 B.C.)
 
Parthenon (447 B.C.)
 
       
 
Lion's Gate Mycenea (1250 B.C.)
 
Mycenean Lookout - 1200 BC
 
Theatre Segesta