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Caryatid is the name given to an architectural column which takes the form of a standing female figure. The first examples come from ancient Greek architecture and indeed, the most celebrated examples are found in the south porch of the Erechtheion on the acropolis of Athens. The term Caryatid first appears in the 4th century BCE and was coined by Vitruvius... [continue reading]
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