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a vault made by projecting courses of stone
the topmost zone of a wall with windows in a bascilica extending above the aisle roofs. Provides...
an arcitectural element used for support and/or decoration. Consists of rounded or polygonal...
an early form of writing with wedge-shaped marks impressed into wet clay with a stylus, primarily...
a method of building using huge blocks of rough hewn stone. Any large-scale, monumental building...
size of a spool of thread. made out of stone with a hole through it. used for signing documents...
a column attached to a wall
a painting technique in which waterbased pigmentsare applied to the surface of wet plaster....
a writing system using picture symbols; used in ancient Egypt
a large interior room characterized by many closely spaced columns that support its roof.
pottery made by Mihoans on Crete
egyptian spirit.. when it leaves the body the person dies.
A precious stone of a fine blue color. It has been used in jewelry and for a variety of decorative...
a flat-topped one-story structure with slanted walls over an ancient Egyptian undergrounfd...
a large stone used in prehistoric building. Megalithic architecture employs such stones.
an Old World
chronological period beginning around 10,000 years ago, situated between
post and lintel
am architectural system of construction with two or more vertical element (posts) supporting...
a massive gateway formed by a pair of tapering walls of oblong shape. erected by ancient...
a three-dimensional image or design whose flat background surface is carved away to a certain...
Approximate triangle above a lintel where masonry courses in a wall are corbelled over each...
a vessel in the shape of a figure or an animal, used for drinking or pounding liquids on special...
a stone coffin. Often rectangular and decorated with relief sculpture.
a stone slab placed vertically and decorated with inscriptions or reliefs. Used as a...
a small, round building. Sometimes built underground, as in mycenaean tomb.
in Mesopotamia, a tall stepped tower of earthen material, often supporting a shrine.