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How have the ancient Greeks influenced our buildings? The Parthenon, Athens (448 - 432 BC) The Parthenon, Athens (448 - 432 BC) Cornice Entablature Frieze Architrave Abacus Capital Column Shaft The Parthenon, Athens (448 - 432 BC) St George’s Hall, Liverpool 1854

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Cornice

Entablature

Frieze

Architrave

Abacus

Capital

Column

Shaft

The Parthenon, Athens (448 - 432 BC)

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St George’s Hall, Liverpool

1854

Originally built as Law Courts and a venue for musical festivals

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Royal Institution, London (1837)

Dedicated to scientific research and scientific education

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The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

The Ashmolean is Britain’s oldest museum. This part of the building was erected in 1845.

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Acknowledgements

http://harpy.uccs.edu/greek/classgrkarch.html

http://www.lookingatbuildings.org.uk/

www.mike-reed.com