An illustration of exempla of the Ionic and Corinthian Architectural Orders. Ionic architecture is characterized by the round volutes at the top of its columns and has its origins in western Turkey. Corinthian architecture, originating in Corinth, is the most elaborate of the architectural orders, with its columns topped by leaves.
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