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The column was an architectural invention which allowed for the support of ceilings without the use of solid walls, thereby increasing the space which could be spanned by a ceiling, allowing the entrance of light and offering an alternative aesthetic to building exteriors, particularly in the peristyles of temples and on colonnades along stoas. Columns could... [continue reading]
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The Epigraphic SurveyThe Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (01 January 1998)Price: $250.00
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D. HayneHayne Press (15 March 2007)Price: $27.45
Ian RichmondBritish School at Rome (25 December 1982)Currently unavailable
Frank LepperSutton Pub Ltd (25 December 1988)Currently unavailable