Measured at the stylobate, the dimensions of the base of the Parthenon are 69.5 by 30.9. The cell was 29.8 meters long and 19.2 meters wide, with internal Doric colonnades in two rings, structurally necessary to support the roof. Outside, the Doric columns measure 1.9 meters in diameter and are 10.4 meters high. The corner columns are slightly larger in diameter. The stylobate has an upward curvature, in the direction of its center, of 60 millimeters on the eastern and western ends and 110 millimeters on the sides. Some of the dimensions follow the canon of the golden rectangle that expresses the golden section, praised by Pythagoras in the century preceding the construction.
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