TRABEATED , the architectural
See also:term given to those styles in which the architrave or
See also:beam (
See also:Lat . Crabs) is employed instead of the arch, in the latter case the term " arcuated " being used . The
See also:principal trabeated styles are the
See also:Egyptian, Persian, Greek, Lycian, nearly all the
See also:Indian styles, the
See also:Japanese and South
See also:American styles, in all cases owing their origin to the
See also:timber construction, for which reason the term
See also:lintel architecture is sometimes applied to it .
ARNOLD TOYNBEE (1852-1883)
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