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Continuation of the Chronological table of the bases and capitals employed from the Eleventh to the sixteenth centuries


1. Base and capital of the coupled columns from the cloister of the Church of St. Stephen, Bologna.
2. Capital and entablature from an Egyptian temple.
3. Capital and entablature from a monument at Persepolis.

Twelfth Century.
4. Base, capital, and architrave from one of the columns of the principal door of the Cathedral of Modena.
5. Other bases, capitals, and entablatures, from the same.

Twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
6. Capital from a column of the cloister of the Church of St. Laurence.
7. Base and architrave from the same.
8. Capital of column from the cloister of the Abbey of the Three Fountains near Rome.
9. Base and capital of another column from the same.

Twelfth Century.
10. Base and capital from the grand nave of the Church of Chiaravalle.
11. Another capital from the same.
12. Capital from the nave of the Cathedral of Modena.
13. One of the composite capitals from the Cathedral of Monreale near Palermo.
14. Base from the Church of Chiusi in Tuscany.

Thirteenth Century.
15-16. Capitals of columns much in use at this period.

Twelfth Century.
17. Capital from the Church of Sta. Maria in Castello.
18. Capital from the Fondaco de' Turchi, Venice.

Thirteenth century.
19. Pedestals, bases, and capitals of the pillars of the Church of St. Francis of Assisi.
20. Base, capital, and entablature from the cloister of the Abbey of Subiaco near Rome.
21. Base, capital, and entablature from the cloister of the Church of St. Paul outside the walls.
22. Stylobate, bases, capitals, and arches from the same cloisters.
23. Bases and capitals of a group of columns, from one of the pillars of the Church of St. Flavian near Montefiascone.
24. Details of the pilasters which decorate the upper part of the pillars of the nave of Sta. Maria del fiore at Florence.
25. Details of the pilasters of the lower part of the same.
26. Base and capital of one of the columns of nave of the Cathedral of Orvieto.

Fourteenth Century.
27. Base and capital of the pillars of the Loggia or Portico de' Lanzi at Florence.

Thirteenth Century.
28. Base and capital of the pillars of the interior of the Cathedral of Paris.

Fourteenth Century.
29. Base and capital of one of the pillars of the Church of Modling near Vienna.
30. Base and capital from the Cathedral of York.
31. Base and capital from the nave of the Cathedral of Milan.
32. Base and capital from the Cathedral of Toledo in Spain.

Fifteenth Century.
33. Base, capital, entablature, and architraves in the interior of the Church of St. Laurence at Florence.
34. Stylobate, base, capital, and entablature of the composite order employed by Leon Baptista Alberti in the decoration of the principal fašade of the Church of St. Francis at Rimini.
35. Base, capital, and entablature of the composite pilasters of the central arch of the fašade of St. Andrew at Mantua, by Leon Baptista Alberti.
36. Details of the two composite orders, one over the other, supporting the great arches of St. Augustine, Rome, built by Baccio Pintelli.
37. Stylobate, base, capital, and entablature of the Doric order of the small temple erected by Bramante, in the center of the cloister of the Church of S. Pietro in Montorio at Rome.
38. Base, capital, and entablature of the columns from the interior of the Basilica of St. Peter, by Michael Angelo.
39. Stylobate, base, capital, and entablature from the exterior of the same.






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