Greek Doric temples have usually a pattern under the pediment known as triglyphs (three cuttings) and metopes. The triglyphs alternate with the metopes across the front of the temple. Triglyphs have three parts, and then in between the triglyphs are the metopes. The frieze often was an alternating set of triglyphs and metopes. The Doric and Ionic Order are the main structural systems of Greeks temples (type of column, decoration, etc).
JAMES STUART, Doric portico, Hagley Park, Worcestershire, England, 1758. In the volumes of Antiquities of Athens, James Stuart distinguished Greek art from the "derivative" Roman style. His design for the portico at Hagley Park reconstructs a Doric temple known as the Theseion. LINK to a Neoclassical style guide at the V.
Arlington, Natchez, Mississippi is a historic Federal style house and outbuildings in Natchez, Mississippi. Following a fire that destroyed much of the main house, it was placed on Mississippi's 10 most endangered historic places for 2009 by the Mississippi Heritage Trust. Photo: betweennapsontheporch.com