Six ionic columns supported the roof, and the single door was of bronze.
But in all these inscriptions ionic characteristics are conspicuously absent.
The pillars of this cloister were Doric on the ground-floor, ionic above.
The genitive form μαχαίρης in v. 26, thought to be ionic, may lend a little support to this.
Single ionic columns also stand at the outer angles of the aisles.
The relief is bounded by two ionic columns surmounted by a flat arch.
In the colonies in Asia Minor, the supremacy of the ionic order had long been recognized.
The house is remarkable for its well-preserved peristyle of fourteen ionic columns, with their capitals.
In this book I have written as clearly as I could on the arrangements of ionic temples.
A beautiful and early example of its use occurs on the torus of the ionic columns of the Erectheum at Athens.
"pertaining to Ionia," 1570s of music; 1580s of architecture, from Latin Ionicus, from Greek Ionikos (see Ionian).
ionic i·on·ic (ī-ŏn'ĭk)
Of, containing, or involving an ion or ions.