Wednesday, June 14, 2006

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TRYGLYPH - Used in the
Doric Order of Classical Architecture the tryglyph is a grooved block with three protruding elements (thus the try - three). Found on the frieze of the Doric Order.

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1 comment:

Gregory F. Shue said...

You might be interested in my website about classical architecture, http://www.grandtradition.net

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