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An Ionic column capital from the Christian Basilica at Ostia Antica, leading into apsidal hall "D.". Material: Proconnesian marble Location: Reg. III, 1. 4. Like other examples of late (here early fifth century?) capitals from Ostia, the treatment of the details here is summary. Pensabene, Scavi di Ostia, vol. VII: I Capitelli (1972); cat. no. 195, pg. 52.

An Ionic column capital from the Christian Basilica at Ostia Antica, leading into apsidal hall "D.". Material: Proconnesian marble Location: Reg. III, 1. 4. Like other examples of late (here early fifth century?) capitals from Ostia, the treatment of the details here is summary. Pensabene, Scavi di Ostia, vol. VII: I Capitelli (1972); cat. no. 195, pg. 52.

Ionic Order - North Porch of the Erechtheion, 421-407 B.C.E., marble, Acropolis, Athens

Ionic Order - North Porch of the Erechtheion, 421-407 B.C.E., marble, Acropolis, Athens

Examples of Roman-period Ionic columns from the civic basilica on the forum of Saepinum, Italy.

Examples of Roman-period Ionic columns from the civic basilica on the forum of Saepinum, Italy.

Ancient Roman sundial, one of the 2 remaining ionic columns in front of the Temple of Apollo. Erected in 5th century BCE. Pompeii, Italy

Ancient Roman sundial, one of the 2 remaining ionic columns in front of the Temple of Apollo. Erected in 5th century BCE. Pompeii, Italy

primo piano ionico | Flickr – Condivisione di foto! Sepino, basilica della fine del I secolo a.C.

primo piano ionico | Flickr – Condivisione di foto! Sepino, basilica della fine del I secolo a.C.

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