## An Encyclopaedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, & Practical |

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Within this smaller circle , which is half the height ( 8 feet ) of the exterior one ,

was a portion of an ellipsis formed by 5 groups of stones , to which Dr. Stukely

has given the name of trilithons , because formed by two

horizontal ...

Within this smaller circle , which is half the height ( 8 feet ) of the exterior one ,

was a portion of an ellipsis formed by 5 groups of stones , to which Dr. Stukely

has given the name of trilithons , because formed by two

**vertical**and onehorizontal ...

Page 95

The frieze and archi . trave are broken

corbels , on which it is supposed HE Fig . ... and the faces of the walls are not in

the same

The frieze and archi . trave are broken

**vertically**in each interpilaster over threecorbels , on which it is supposed HE Fig . ... and the faces of the walls are not in

the same

**vertical**plane , but recede from it towards the interior of the building . Page 268

10 ) equal to two right angles ; and these two angles are equal , because CD is

perpendicular to AB . Wherefore each angle is a right angle . 887. Prop . XII . If

two lines cut each other , the

AD ...

10 ) equal to two right angles ; and these two angles are equal , because CD is

perpendicular to AB . Wherefore each angle is a right angle . 887. Prop . XII . If

two lines cut each other , the

**vertical**or opposite angles are equal . Let the linesAD ...

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... called the planes of projec . tim , one of which planes is usually supposed to be

horizontal , in which case the other is

horizontal or

1911.

... called the planes of projec . tim , one of which planes is usually supposed to be

horizontal , in which case the other is

**vertical**, the projections being calledhorizontal or

**vertical**, according as they are on one or other of these planes .1911.

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In conducting all the operations relative to projections , they are referable to two

planes , whereof one is horizontal and the other

RIGHT LINES . 1130. The projection of a line AB ( fig . 459. ) perpendicular to a ...

In conducting all the operations relative to projections , they are referable to two

planes , whereof one is horizontal and the other

**vertical**. PROJECTION OFRIGHT LINES . 1130. The projection of a line AB ( fig . 459. ) perpendicular to a ...

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