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columns: pillars, either as ornamental pedastals or as architectural constructions that may be load-bearing or, more often, decorative.

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Architecture fig. 1a, Column from Lindisfarne
Architecture (full page print)
I.—Detail of Façade of the Old Museum, Berlin, with sculpture group.
IV.—West Front of Buckingham Palace.
Interior of the Temple Church.
43. St. Margarets at Cliffe, Kent, with its Normon clerestory [interior view]
46. The South Nave Arcade, Melbourne, Derbyshire, with stilted Norman arcade.
The Sanctuary, National War Shrine, Edinburgh
VI. Sunrise Behind the Temple of Concord, Girgenti
New Post Office, London
Whitley Court
931.—Chapter House, Salisbury.
The Parthenon.
The Ruins of Palmyra.
p. 161. Arch of Severus, Column of Phocas and S. Martina
A Dance of Shepherdesses
Ladies at the Roman Palace
King’s College Chapel, Cambridge.
Great Hall of Pillars at Karnak.
The Owl
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