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Columns in the interior of the Pantheon in Rome. Wikimedia Commons. 21 April 2008. Web. 17 October 2016.
Attached is architecture not from the College Board's Image Set.
For what reason is it unlikely to see Corinthian columns such as these used on exteriors of ancient Greek architecture?
The Corinthian column was established later by the Romans.
Corinthian columns on Greek architecture were mostly destroyed so rarely do they now exist.
Greek architects prefered to use Ionic and Doric columns.
Greeks did not believe excess design was necessary.