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Beige Artificial Marble Column

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Natural stones like marble, sandstone, travertine and granite are used to make pillars. These stones have their own luster and shine that make carvings look more attractive. Columns are still indispensable building elements in architectural designs from past to present. In the past, stonemasons laboriously crafted these columns as works of art with basic tools, now there are machines: Aesthetic, fast and flawless! You can find the most beautiful column examples here at stonecontact.com.

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How many types of column styles are there?

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In general, there are five main column styles: Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, Tuscan, and Composite.Three of them are of ancient Greek origin: Doric, Ionic, Corinthian. The types of Roman columns include the same layouts as those in ancient Greece.

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Why did Romans and Greeks use marble for columns?

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There are very rich natural stone resources of marble, travertine, limestone and onyx in both countries. The Greeks and Romans chose marble for their buildings because of its beauty, variety, ease of processing and long durability. In the architectural structures of both cultures, the columns were used not only for architectural concerns but also for carrier purposes.

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What are the 3 type of Greek columns?

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At the start of what is now known as the Classical period of architecture, ancient Greek architecture developed into three distinct orders: the Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian columns.

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Which stone column is the fanciest?

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The Corinthian style is the most lavish of the Greek Orders. Corinthian style is more complex and elaborate than the earlier Doric and Ionic styles. The capital, or top, of a Corinthian column has opulent ornamentation carved to resemble leaves and flowers.

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