Decorative support white marble corinthian columns may be rectangular, circular, or polygonal in shape; they may taper toward the top or be of uniform diameter. An engaged, attached, or embedded column is one that is built into a wall and protrudes only partially from it;
This type of decorative support white marble corinthian column came to serve a decorative rather than structural purpose in the Roman pilaster. A cluster or compound column is a group of columns connected with each other to form a single unit. A rostral column is a pillar decorated with the prow of a ship, or rostrum, to serve as a naval monument.
Decorative support white marble corinthian columns is an important part of the ancient Roman Greek architecture. A Roman Greek column typically consists of three parts: column cap or column capital, column base and column body. Column bases even in Greek architecture are fairly simple and dominated by different round configurations, which is often called Doric base column. However, the caps have many varieties. In general, Roman Greek column capitals can be classified into simple Doric style column, contemporary ionic style column and ornamental Corinthian style column.