Dodecastyle

Do·dec'a·style adjective [ Greek ... twelve + ... column: confer French dodécastyle .] (Architecture) Having twelve columns in front. -- noun A dodecastyle portico, or building.
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Dodecastyle

• (n.) A dodecastyle portico, or building. • (a.) Having twelve columns in front.
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Dodecastyle

In architecture the term dodecastyle refers to a structure having twelve columns in front. It is used to describe a temple, portico, or the like.
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Dodecastyle

temple where the portico has twelve columns in front, as in the portico added to the Temple of Demeter at Eleusis, designed by Philo, the architect of the arsenal at the Peiraeus.[20]
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