Riou, Stephen
The Grecian orders of architecture: delineated and explained from the antiquities of Athens ; also the parallels of the orders of Palladio, Scamozzi and Vignola — London, 1768

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CHAP. IV.
Of the Dork Column -with the Platings. Os the Dork Entablature. Of the Doric
Portal. Of the Dork Colonade. Of the Doric Arcade. - - 2j
CHAP. V.
Of Pcdessals. Of the Ionic Bafe and Column. Of the Capital. Of the Entabla-
ture. Os the Volute at large. Os the Fluting! and Base at large. Of sated
Pilafters. Of the Ionic Portal. Of the Ionic Portico with Pcdeslals. j 2
CHAP. VI.
Of the Corinthian Order. Pedestal, Base and Column. Capitals and Enta-
blatures. Of the Portico. Triumphal Arch. - - 37
CHAP. VII.
Of the Apertures of Dcors and Windows.. Of the Doric, Ionic and Corinthian
Drejstngs. Of Venetian Windows. - 43
CHAP. VIII.
Some parallel Remarks upo?i the three Grecian Orders, as defcrihed by Vivnola^

Palladio and Sca?nozzi.

45

CHAP. IX.
Of placing one Order upon another. Of Cornices for the Summits of Bitildings.
And of Cornices and Cielings for Rooms. - - 47

R E

ARKS

CONCERNING.

Public and Private EDIFICES.
chap. 1.
General Hints concerning the Modem Architecture of Europe. Brief Accounts os
same eminent Britip Architects. - - 53
chap. 11.
Some general ResseSlions about the Embellishment os Towns and Cities. Of Publich
Edisices. - - - _ 58
CHAP. III.
PraBical Confederations. Dislribution os Plans. Explanations os ten Designs. 61
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