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Composite order
also called Composite column and has one more synonym

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  1. a mixed order, combining the volutes of the Ionic order with the leaves of the Corinthian order

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  2. The composite volutes are larger, however, and the composite order also has echinus with egg-and-dart ornamentation between the volutes

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  3. The column of the composite order is ten diameters high

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  4. Until the Renaissance, the composite was not ranked as a separate order

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  5. The classical orders
    The classical orders

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  6. Instead it was considered as a late Roman form of the Corinthian order

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