Archaeologia, January 1, 1792


January 01, 1792

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Archaeologia (Newspaper) - January 1, 1792, London, Middlesex PLINYS Account of the Temple 7 which reduces the cella to 184 feet fix inches in The breadth of accounting for the diminution of the thicknefs of the outward would be eightytwo but with that may be eafily fuppofed to be The remainder of the columns being are placed within the walls though they are fuppofed to be of the fame proportion with the exterior the intercolum niation may be The diameters of the eight columns are equivalent to fixty and the intervals being nins in are equal to thirteen feet ten inches The diftance of thefe columns from the wall I fifteen and the intercolumniation thirtynine which would be fufficient for the proceflions to the and for the fteps up to the facred image which fell from with all the pageantry of Afiatic The altar was as it fhould before the in a right line under the next as exprefled in the I have now finiflied the plan of the excepting the fteps leading up to the Philo Byzantinus fays there were which is adopted by to reconcile the breadth of the as given by with the Euftyle The Marchefe Poleni feems to doubt and Vitruvius lays a great ftrefs on the propriety of an odd number of fteps I determine nothing until it be fettled when this Philo Byzantinus One of that and called is quoted by Vitruvius amongft the minus and as a writer de machmationibus but whether this was the fame which Leo Allatius publifhed may in fronte ita funt conftituendi uti Vitnm in proemio ad viu be ;