Oct. 7 2013
Mid-term: 90 minutes
5 slide IDs
5 unknown slides
3 short answers
1 Essay question -> Posting question on CU learn this weekend.
**I was going to insert pictures from the power point like I always do but the Prof.
didn’t post it on CU learn. I apologize.
Doric order (always on the bottom: man)
Ionic order (always in the middle: woman)
Corinthian order (always on the top: child)
Fourth order of the colloseum:
Flat engaged columns - pilasters
Capital similar to Corinthian and ionic
Closest to composite
Composite: combination of Corinthian and ionic (only speculated).
Total of 5 orders:
Aisle: Rows of columns on each side of rectangle
Nave: Middle - rectangular
Apse: Semi-circle at either end of nave
Collonade: Row of columns
Gallery: Gallery is above the aisle. Parallel.
Clerestory: Above the gallery and aisle with windows.
Coffered ceiling: Flat ceiling with coffers
Made of wood
Wood is lighter Example:
Basilica Ulpia, Rome, 98-117 CE
Basilica, Trier, Germany, early 4 century
Cold waters, hot waters, saunas
“spas” of today