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The lowest part of an entablature resting on the capital of a column; also, the holdings around a doorway.
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1. The lowest part of an entablature resting on the capital of a column; also, the holdings around a doorway.
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2. Formalized lintel, the lowest member of the classical entablature. Also the molded frame of a door or window (often borrowing the profile of a classical architrave).
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Revision as of 07:21, 3 December 2017

1. The lowest part of an entablature resting on the capital of a column; also, the holdings around a doorway.

2. Formalized lintel, the lowest member of the classical entablature. Also the molded frame of a door or window (often borrowing the profile of a classical architrave).


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