Expandable images of Corinthian capitals, columns and entablatures from 350 B.C. to 526 A.D, all captioned with location, supplied by John Monkus.
A non-profit digital museum creating electronic reconstructions of ruined masterpieces of ancient architecture.
Photographs by Leo Curran, University of Buffalo, of Classical remains across Europe, with some models and reconstructions of their original appearance. Searchable.
An illustrated description of the Doric, Ionic and Corinthian orders from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission.
A tour of the astonishing remains of a Greek and later Roman town in Turkey, including history and interactive panoramas.
An illustrated history and description of the architecture of ancient Greece and Rome.
A Flash site that clearly places the Panathenaic Procession on the frieze of the Parthenon.