## The Encyclopedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, and Practical |

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When the surface of the

the entablature , and the voids are equal to the sum of those surfaces , the height

of the entablature will always be one third of that of the

When the surface of the

**columns**, as they appear to the eye , is equal to that ofthe entablature , and the voids are equal to the sum of those surfaces , the height

of the entablature will always be one third of that of the

**columns**. Thus , let the ...Page 905

be supposed to be divided . ... the total width is 79 feet , of which the united

diameters of the six

feet .

**columns**11 parts out of the whole number , 96 , into which the parallelogram maybe supposed to be divided . ... the total width is 79 feet , of which the united

diameters of the six

**columns**occupy 36 feet , and the five intercolumniations 43feet .

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COLONNADE . ( It . Colonnata ) A range of

number , it is called tetrastyle ; if six in number , herastyle ; when there are eight ,

octastyle ; when ten , decastyle ; and so on , according to the Greek numerals .

COLONNADE . ( It . Colonnata ) A range of

**columns**. If the**columns**are four innumber , it is called tetrastyle ; if six in number , herastyle ; when there are eight ,

octastyle ; when ten , decastyle ; and so on , according to the Greek numerals .

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