Temple of Hera II, general view from southeast
Greek architecture was based on the combination of the basic geometric shapes: the circle, the square and the triangle. The only parts of the Greek temple which were ornamented was the pediments and the architraves.
Artform: ARCHITECTURE, Pre-19th Century
Country/Culture: Ancient Greece
Date: c460 BCE
Museum: © Davis Art Images
City/Location: PAESTUM, ITALY
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