See also:term for the
See also:angle of a
See also:building, generally applied to the
See also:masonry employed to stop the
See also:rubble masonry or
See also:brickwork of the
See also:wall at the angles, as also of buttresses, doorways or projecting features . In Saxon
See also:work the quoins were built with large stones laid horizontally and vertically in alternate courses, technically known as " long and
See also:short " work . Sometimes, to give greater importance to the angles of towers, the quoin stones are rusticated, and this treatment is found extensively employed in
See also:ancient German towns . At Eastbury
See also:House in
See also:Essex, built in
See also:brick, the quoins at the angles of the walls, doorway and windows were plastered in imitation of stonework .
QUOITS (0. Fr. coiter, quoiter, to incite)
There are no comments yet for this article.
Do not copy, download, transfer, or otherwise replicate the site content in whole or in part.
Links to articles and home page are encouraged.