By F. A. PALEY
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III. fig. 10, the balustre shafts in the tower of St. Benet's, Cambridge, and other churches of that date, to which must be added the very curious and antique attempt at a molded architrave on the impost of the belfry-arch at Barna:ck. parallel to the This last example, an exact which occurs in a doorway of Bomanesque palace Bavenna ; of Theodoric at and, indeed, the very nature of the case would lead us to conclude that the earliest element arose out of a desire to relieve, From Mr. Gaily Knight's " Italian Architecture," Parti.
10, soffit-plane, c the wall-plane. forty-five degrees, or the a is the chamfer-plane, It is clear that by sinking hollows in any one of these surfaces, a group of moldings would be developed. In considering any series of moldings previously to copying them, the that is, first point down on paper the various When moldings were cut. measurement, the it lay planes, to ascertain the plan of the arch, or other feature, be- fore the easy, is to rest this is of the process done by accurate becomes comparatively and the most complex and extensive combination, which appears at accuracy, first may be with precision.
90 of Professor Willis's " Canterbury " the choir. a fillet Doorway, Fountains Abbey. It is illustrated also in Sometimes only one attached (PL. figs. I. Sometimes there are two (fig. 37), pier-arches of side has 12, fillets, 23). one at the top, the other on the side, as in the cut from Ripon, and PL. XVIII. fig. 1. PL. V. PL. fig. 3, II. figs. and 11 and Ripon Cathedral. 13, are varieties of very frequent occurrence. PL. IV. fig. 12, is a form often found in labels, as fig. 13, MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS.