| Sir William Smith - 1863 - 704 pągines
...columns at either front, and 17 at either side (reckoning the corner columns twice), thus containing 46 **columns in all. These columns were 6 feet 2 inches in diameter at the base, and** 3-1 feet in height. The cella was divided into two chambers of unequal size, th» eastern one of which... | |
| Sir William Smith - 1870 - 704 pągines
...columns at either front, and 17 at either side (reckoning the corner columns twice), thus containing 46 **columns in all. These columns were 6 feet 2 inches in diameter at the base, and 34 feet in height.** The' cella was divided into two chambers of unequal size, the eastern one of which was about 98 feet... | |
| William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1870
...Minerva. It was a peripteral octostyle, of the Doric order, with seventeen columns on the sides, each **6 feet 2 inches in diameter at the base, and 34 feet in height,** elevated on three steps. Its height from the base of the pediment was 65, and the dimensions of the... | |
| 1870
...Minerva. It was a peripteral octostyle, of the Doric order, with seventeen columns on the sides, each **6 feet 2 inches in diameter at the base, and 34 feet in height,** elevated on three steps. Its height from the base of the pediment was 65, and the dimensions of the... | |
| Thomas Mitchell (architect) - 1870 - 304 pągines
...and Pheidias, BC 469 to 429. It was a peripteral octostyle temple, with 17 columns on the sides, each **6 feet 2 inches in diameter at the base, and 34 feet** high. The total height to the top of the pediment was 65 feet, and the size of the area enclosed was... | |
| Pictorial cabinet - 1878
...Parthenon, or Temple of Minerva. It was of the Doric order, with seventeen columns on the sides, each **6 feet 2 inches in diameter at the base, and 34 feet in height,** THE elevated on three steps. Its height from the base of the pediment was 65, and the dimensions of... | |
| Sir William Smith - 1883 - 708 pągines
...columns at either front, and 17 at either side (reckoning the corner columns twice), thus containing 46 **columns in all. These columns were 6 feet 2 inches in diameter at the base, and 34 feet in height.** The cella was divided into two chambers of unequal size, the eastern one of which was about 98 feet... | |
| Sir William Smith - 1883 - 708 pągines
...(reckoning the corner columns twice), thus containing -16 columns m all. These columns were C ieet **2 inches in diameter at the base, and 34 feet in height.** The cella was divided into two chambers of unequal size, the eastern one of which was about 98 feet... | |
| Sir William Smith, George Washington Greene - 1854 - 704 pągines
...side (reckoning the corner columns twice), thus containing 46 columns in all. These columns were G **feet 2 inches in diameter at the base, and 34 feet in height.** The cella was divided into two chambers of unequal size, the eastern one of which was about 98 feet... | |
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