See also:term in architecture given to the
See also:neck of the capital of the Doric and Ionic orders . In the Greek Doric capital it is the space between the annulets of the echinus and the grooves which marked the junction of the
See also:shaft and capital; in some early examples, as in the
See also:basilica and
See also:temple of
See also:Ceres at
See also:Paestum and the temple at Metapontum, it forms a sunk
See also:concave moulding, which by the French. is called the
See also:gorge . In the
See also:Roman Doric and the Iodic orders the term is given by
See also:modern writers to the
See also:interval between the lowest moulding of the capital and the top of the astragal and fillet, which were termed the " hypotrachelium " (q.v.) .
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