Unlike Ionic, Doric architecture has been understood by specialists in Greece as an autochthonous style rooted in local Geometric and Bronze Age traditions.
However, this model of Doric origins has been challenged in recent decades, especially with new reconstructions of key monuments from the 8th through early 6th centuries.
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I have completed the text of a book on the problem, “The Old Temple at the Argive Heraion and the Origins of the Peristyle in Greek Architecture.” One conclusion is that the first fully realized Doric temples are preserved not in the Greek mainland—as has been long assumed—but rather in the colonies in Italy.However, I find these parallels to be rich and compelling.In light of evidence that Ionian builders—as well as Greek painters, sculptors, and philosophers—drew heavily from the Orient, it is natural that the builders of the first stone Doric temples also looked east for inspiration.The American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this blog or found by following any link on this blog.ASOR will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information.