The Parthenon and Other Greek Temples: Their Dynamic Symmetry
Yale University Press, 1924 - 103 էջ
Presents author's theory that the Parthenon was designed according to the principles of dynamic symmetry.
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THE GREEK TEMPLE
THE FACADE AND ITS DIVISIONS
7 այլ բաժինները չեն ցուցադրվում
236 rectangles 618 rectangles abacus actual analysis angle columns antefix appears architect arranged Athens base blocks building called capital cella CHAPTER column centers column-spacing rectangle composed of four construction corner cornice course curve diagonal diagram difference distance divided division draw dynamic symmetry early east elevation entablature entire epistyle equals Error example facade facade rectangle fagade feet fixed flank floor follows foundation four root-five rectangles frieze front geometrical given greater Greek ground plan height horizontal important inches interesting length mean measurements meters method Museum natural Note noticed one-half original Parthenon pattern pediment Penrose position practical probably proportions Ratio reciprocal rectangular regarded represents result root five root-five rectangles scheme seems separation side similar figure simple spacing spiral squares static statue stone temple top step trellis volute wall width