At the same time as they are entering terms into the Struna database, the members of the research team will also be collecting visual materials that relate to the terms in question. The language of architecture is, generally speaking, also a visual language. It is generated within the intellectual climate of various stylistic periods and architects’ creative approaches, at the same time retaining that which is essential and unchanging in meaning and in geometry. Croatian classical architectural monuments, primarily Diocletian’s Palace in Split, provide a wealth of classical historical forms. The team’s goal is to illustrate these classical architectural terms using examples that are located in Croatia itself.