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Ionic

One of the basic orders of architecture invented by the Greeks. Ionic architecture was developed by the Ionians in Greece prior to 500 B.C.. An Ionic column has a small base, a thin elegant shaft, and a capital composed of volutes.

   
       
Volubilis - Morrocco (2nd century AD)
Erectheum - Greece (440 BC)
 
   
     
   
Atehns - Greece
 
 
 
Erectheum - Acropolis - Greece
 
       
 
British Museum - London - England
 
Milan - Italy
 
Geneva - Switzerland (19th c.)
 
       
 
Hadrian's Villa Italy (126 A.D.)
 
Milan - Italy
 
Thunder Bay
 
       
 
Dublin - Ireland - (19th C)
 
Wilton House - England (16th c.)
 
Segesta - Italy (5th century BC)