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In Classical Orders of Architecture, a Composite column is a Roman-designed column style that combines the Greek-designed Ionic and the Corinthian orders of architecture.

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Butt-joint and method for composite columns connection with floor structure

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The Ancient Composite Column in Architecture

Definition of Composite Columns in Architecture: Arch of Titus, Rome, Italy, with Composite Columns reconstructed from original 82 AD

Jules-Edmond-Charles Lachaise | Elevation of an Italianate interior, including steps and an upper loggia decorated in composite columns | The Met

Jules-Edmond-Charles Lachaise | Elevation of an Italianate interior, including steps and an upper loggia decorated in composite columns | The Met

Column Builder - Composite Columns - Pacific Columns, Inc. (800) 294-1098

Column Builder - Composite Columns - Pacific Columns, Inc.

What is a Composite Column? Roman Architecture

The Ancient Composite Column in Architecture

What is a Composite column? Learn about composite columns and the Classical Orders of Architecture, an idea that goes back to ancient Rome.

Composite Decking Deck Picture Gallery

With a hip roof design, this covered deck provides a comfortable outdoor space for dining or relaxing.

Corinthian Column

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