The simplest form of classical order - a simplification of the Doric order.
Characterised by simple, stout columns without flutings; round capitals; and absence of decoration.
Authorities differ on the precise distinction between Doric and Tuscan styles - even whether the distinction is useful.
Local examples (click to enlarge)
Cathedral font in nave
Guildhall (formerly Holy Cross church) - memorial to Almundus Colph c. 1600
Cathedral precincts - Cathedral House
16 Watling Street