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19) with lon-6 and -7a, b. 337, Fig. I O. Dimensions: None published. Due to this, as well as its damaged state, the capital cannot be used in quantitative comparisons. Notes: The capital does not have the resolution of detail shown by that of the Naxian Sphinx column and the Iria temple, Naxos, and might thus be earlier. This capital shows concave volute channels and a bearing offset angle spandrel palmette detail which is a refinement of that of lon-I (the first example of an Ionic capital with an extension of the bearing surface, roughly in the shape of an angle extension, or maybe an angle palmette), which might indicate an experimentatal phase between that and lon-6 and Ion7a-b.
Column: No detail available. lon-l0 Parian marble Ionic capital of a votive column (with separated canalis) from the Katapoliani church, Paros. Paros Museum, item 775 (MUnchen TO No. M70). Site found: Katapoliani church, Paros. 1l3). 23), in terms of proportions. 824, Fig. 9, Fig. l-2. Dimensions: Although some dimensions are measured accurately, some are approximate and used for comparative purposes. The dimensions for the length, width and height of the capital, the volute centre to volute centre, the volute top to volute centre, the capital bottom bearing surface diameter, the horizontal overhang ofthe echinus cyma from the bottom bearing edge, and the top bearing surface length are from measurements taken by the author from the artefact in the Museum, but a tape was used in stead of calipers.
75-6) seems too early. 1 [copy of photo of reconstruction]; Dimensions: The capital remains a model ~ struction, and dimensions are not measurable from the original. The main dimensions for the plaster reconstruction were measured by Kirchhoff (1988, Note 222), drawn by Weber (1967 [width]) and also reported by Mace (1978). Those dimensions ofsmaller elements of the model are more approximate because they were not taken from the model with calipers but are the author's reconciliations ofthose measurements taken from Museum photo PM643 (Staatliche Museen, Berlin, kindly provided by Dr V.