A column of the second order of Greek/Roman architecture. It has a CAPITAL with spiral VOLUTES on each side, aFLUTED SHAFT, and a BASE. Ionic columns tend to be more slender and more elaborate than DORIC COLUMNS, less elaborate than CORINTHIAN COLUMNS.
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