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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Solomonic column, also called Barley-sugar column, is a helical column, characterized by a spiraling twisting shaft like a corkscrew. It is not signified by a specific capital style and may be crowned with any design, for example, a Roman Doric salomonic, Corinthian salomonic or Ionic salomonic column.The concept of "Solomonic columns" is derived from the biblical descriptions of the two columns, Boaz and Jachin, which famously flanked the entrance to the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem, destroyed by the Babylonians in 586 BCE. What those columns actually looked like largely depends on the cultural context and imagination of the one who is working up a "restoration", from hints in the Books of Chronicles and Kings.