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Which best describes the Corinthian Greek order?

A. ) A slender, refined, and element column structure. B. )A sto...

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Which best describes the Corinthian Greek order?

A.
) A slender, refined, and element column structure.
B.
)A stocky column structure with a plain top.
C.
)The most ornate column with many variartions.
D.
)Has an architrave, and frieze, and a cornice.
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Answer

The Corinthian Order is the third of the principal classical orders of ancient Greece (chronologically), and it follows the Doric and the Ionic orders.
The major difference between the Corinthian and the other two orders is that the Corinthian order is the most ornamental of the three and that it comes in many different variations.
The correct answer c.
)The most ornate column with many variations.

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