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The Corinthian Style
Expandable images of Corinthian capitals, columns and entablatures from 350 B.C. to 526 A.D, all captioned with location, supplied by John Monkus.
The Museum of Reconstructions
A non-profit digital museum creating electronic reconstructions of ruined masterpieces of ancient architecture.
Maecenas: Images of Ancient Greece and Rome
Photographs by Leo Curran, University of Buffalo, of Classical remains across Europe, with some models and reconstructions of their original appearance. Searchable.
Classical Studies Virtual Field Trip
Marlborough Boys' College, New Zealand, provides a graphical introduction to the architecture of ancient Greece and Rome. Covers the five orders and some of the most famous buildings.
Classical Orders of Architecture
An illustrated description of the Doric, Ionic and Corinthian orders from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission.
The Five Orders of Classical Architecture
Julian Small explains the development of the orders and gives a description of each, illustrating four of them with examples from the work of Robert Adam in Edinburgh.
Kusadasi.biz: Ephesus Guide
A tour of the astonishing remains of a Greek and later Roman town in Turkey, including history and interactive panoramas.