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Hmm. Named something else? But unless the word 'classical' and 'order' are in the new title (Orders of classical architecture or some such) it will be less useful.

Or perhaps Classical orders of architecture. --STG

Fine with me. I'm perhaps too close to the issue, because the term 'architecture' seems redundant. There aren't 'classical orders' in any other fields - classical forms, classical types, classical literature. --MichaelTinkler

There are classical orders in mathematics. But they're pretty obscure, and I doubt anyone will be writing an article on them any time soon. --Zundark, 2001 Oct 29