Main section of the capital (often decorated with sculptures) between the astragal and the abacus.
Transversal division between two pillars or springers/" title="">cross springers in part of a church.
A molding composed wholly or in part of a series of billets (small cubes, cylinders or prisms) placed at regular intervals, so that their axis and that of the entire series is parallel to the general direction of the molding.
Blind nave ( arcade)
A decorative row of arches applied to a wall as a decorative element.
Found especially in Romanesque style buildings
A term adopted to describe the various patterns used to lay bricks in order to give them maximum strength.
Projecting stone used for supporting the base of a column, the springing of an arch, the ribs of a vault or a statue.
A projection from a vertical surface providng structural or visual support under corncies, balconies, or any other overhanging member
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