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IV. CLASSICAL REVIVAL 1820-1875

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

1.Pediment
2. Entablature

3.Column
4. Tympanum

5. Cornice
6. Frieze

7. Architrave
8. Capital

9. Shaft
10. Triglyph

11. Tenia
12. Metope

13. Regula
14. Guttae

15. Abacus
16. Echinus

17. Annulets
18. Flutings

19. Temple Pediment

20. White Walls

21. Large Heavy Columns

FEATURED BUILDING: BETH ELOHIM SYNAGOGUE 90 HASELL ST. c.1841


Other Notable Classical Revival Buildings in Charleston


Fireproof Building 100 Meeting St. c.1822

Market Hall 188 Meeting St. c.1788

Roper House 9 East Battery c.1838

214 Calhoun St. c.1834

180 Broad St. c.1850

61 Church St. c.1822

105 Meeting St. c.1840

138 Meeting St. c.1867

275 Meeting St. c.1850

57 Pitt St. c.1853

93 Rutledge Ave. c.1850

48 South Battery c.1846

172 Tradd St. c.1836

138 Wentworth St. c.1842



ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Information and images from the poster: ARCHITECTURE: STYLES OF HISTORIC CHARLESTON.

A cooperative education project by the Historic Charleston Foundation and Drayton Hall, a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Project Design & Coordinator: Meggett B. Lavin, Curator, Drayton Hall

Consultant: Jonathan Poston, Director of Preservation Programs, Historic Charleston Foundation

Artists:

Stephen A. Smith, AIA. Falls Church, Virginia

Ricardo J. Viera, University of Florida Graduate Program, Architecture

Linwood R. King, Savannah College of Art and Design

Lori S. Smith, University of Florida

© Copyright 1988, 1990 Historic Charleston Foundation and the National Trust for Historic Preservation

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