In classical architecture, the low-pitched gable above the entablature, usually filled with sculpture.
Horizontal triangular constructions at the top of a square or rectangular building that allow a dome to be set centrally above.
Masonry sentry box thus named because of its round shape and conical roof
Banderol shown on sculptures or frescoes for bearing text
An upright support for a superstructure, such as an arch or bridge.
A projection of the foundation wall used to support a floor girder or stiffen the wall.
Slightly projecting strips or lesenes connected by small arches.
The flat version of a column, consisting of a slim rectangle projecting from a wall; used also of plain piers or pilasters without classical orders which are more correctly termed pilaster strips/" title="">pilaster strips.
Pointed equilateral arch
Raised structure made of wood or stone in front of a church doorway
A grating dropped vertically from grooves to block passage or gate in castle; of wood, metal or a combination of the two.
Small concealed door used for escaping or letting in reinforcements unbeknownst to besiegers
Era preceding the Roman period and the style of said era (10th century)
Monastery dependant on an abbey and directed by a prior
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