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GLOSSARY.
etylos
{fig.
1442),
wherein the cohimns b bh b -vrould mate that prostyles which,
but for them, would be merely a temple in antis. The arnphiprostylos then only
differs from the prostylos by having columns in the rear, repeated similarly to those in
tlie front. The
fig.
1444 applies on double the scale of the plans to hoth
figs. 1442 and
1443, and is a diastyle tetrastyle temple, that is, one whose intercolumiiiations (see
Colonnade) are of three diameters, and the number of whose columns is four.
A peripteral temple had six columns in front and rear, and eleven on the flanks, count-
ing the two columns on the angles (see
fig.
1445), and these were so placed that their
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distance from the wall was equal to an intercolumniation or space between the
columns
all round, and thus it formed a walk around the cell. In
fig.
1446 is the elcvalion
of
the species, which is hexastyle and eustyle, that is, with six columns in front,
whose
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Fig. 1447.
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intercolumniation is eustyle, or of two diamofors and a quarter. (See Colonnadb.)
lu this figure, which is to a double scale of the plan, aaa are acruteria.