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comprising notes on materials, processes, principles, and practice by Henry Adams
Systyle refers to the spacing of the columns in Classic architecture, called also close columnia- tion, the columns being only two diameters apart. The closest is called Pycnostylar, Figs. 2193 and 2194. — Broach Spires. where the columns are ...
by Vitruvius Pollio
The systyle is a temple in which the thickness of two columns can be placed in an . THE CLASSIFICATION OF TEMPLES ACCORDING TO INTERCOLOrNIATION THE EUSTYLE TEMPLE OF VITRUVIUS COMPARED WITH THE TEMPLE OF.
Civil Architecture (1876)
Being a Complete Theoretical and Practical System of Building Containing the Fundamental Principles of the Art by Edward Shaw
then it is called systyle. 15. When the space between the columns is two diameters and a quarter, then the intercolumniation is called eustyle. 16. When the intercolumniation is three diameters of the columns, then it is called decastyle . 17.
Containing Explanations of the Principal Terms Used in the Arts of Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, and Engraving, in All Their Various Branches; Historical Sketches of the Rise and Progress of Their Different Schools; Descriptive Accounts of the Best Books and Treatises on the Fine Arts; and Every Useful Topic Connected Therewith by James Elmes
The second is called Systyle, and has two diameters between the columns. The third mode of intercolumniating a building is called Diastyle; and its width is three diameters. The fourth style is called Araeostyle, or columns thinly set, and its ...
Adeline's Art Dictionary (1891)
Containing a Complete Index of All Terms Used in Art, Architecture, Heraldry, and Archæology by Jules Adeline
When the distance between the columns is one and a half times the diameter of the column, the temple is called pycnostyle; when the distance is two diameters it is called systyle; when the distance is two and a quarter diameters the temple is ...
by Cyril M. Harris
systyle. suspensura Any building or flooring raised from the ground and supported on arches, piles, or pillars; esp. appliedtothe flooring ofan ancientRoman bathsuspended overthe fluesofafurnace on.
2d, The Systyle, that are a little wider. 3d, The Diastyle, still wider. 4th, The Araeostyle, more distant than is proper. 5th, The Eustyle, which is the proper distance. To the Pycnostyle, the distance of the intercolumniation is one diameter and a ...
A Dictionary of Terms Used in Architecture, Building, Engineering, Mining, Metallurgy, Archaeology, the Fine Arts, Etc (1868)
With Explanatory Observations on Various Subjects Connected with Applied Science and Art by John Weale
Those practised in the Ionic and Corinthian orders were, the pycnostyle, the systyle, the eustyle, the diastyle, and the araeostyle. In the Doric order they used other intercolumniations, regulating them by the triglyphs, of which one was always to ...
The Century Dictionary (1891)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney
Systyle: the intercolumniations (a) equal tul K L to two diameters. B. Areosystyle: the intersystyle, ' columniations (c) of the coupled shafts equal systylos, K. Gr. atarvāog, with 6144 columns standing close, Kaiv, together, H arizoc, ...
Rudimentary Dictionary of terms used in architecture, building and construction, early and ecclesiastical art, etc (1850)
by John WEALE (Bookseller.)
There are five species of temples: namely, the pycnostyle, in which the columns are placed far apart; the systyle, in which they are more remote; the diastyle, whose columns are at an ample distance from each other; the amostyle, in which the ...
by John Oswald
#systyle', n. STYPH-0 (grupa), to astringe, to thicken, to stop bleeding— styptic, a. & n. styptical, a. styptic'ity, n. Styx, styg-is, f. 8. (Trvć), a fountain of Arcadia.
Rudimentary Dictionary of Terms Used in Architecture Civil, Architecture Naval, Building and Construction ... (1849)
by John Weale
There are five species of temples: namely, the pycnostyle, in which the columns are placed far apart; the systyle, in which they are more remote; the diastyle, whose columns are at an ample distance from each other; the araeostyle, in which ...
by William A. Colledge, Nathan Haskell Dole, George Jotham Hagar
Systyle Szegedin grammatic wit as broad humor, did not perish with him. About 200 apophthegms are still extant, under the title " Witticisms of Publius Syrus." One of these supplied the motto for the " Edinburgh Review," though Sydney Smith ...
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the pycnostyle, systyle, eustyle, diastyle, and araeostyle . See the articles PYcNostyle, SYstyle, &c. Tuscan order byproportions of equal parts.
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Video shows what systyle means. Having a space equal to two diameters or four modules between two columns, said of a portico or building.. Systyle Meaning.
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The value of this 7-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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