The present work aims to expand the knowledge of the behaviour of masonry corners, which are capital to obtain an integral seismic response in masonry buildings. In particular, the influence of the seismic load orientation (from to ) is investigated experimentally, numerically and analytically. Both units and interfaces have been subjected to a material characterisation process, following which pseudo-static 1:4 scaled experiments on a tilting table have been conducted on a symmetric dry-joint masonry corner. The experimental results have also been simulated using a discrete element model. Finally, a new analytical limit analysis model has been developed, which considers both experimental and numerical observations and accounts for rocking-sliding and flexural mechanisms. In general, a good agreement is found between the three approaches, both in terms of collapse mechanism and load multiplier.