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The concave part of it , when placed with its bottom reversed , is often so
designed as to project forward or rise up , after having touched , as it were , the
fillet below , with a small perpendicular curvature , resembling in shape the petal
of the ...
The base occupies half a diameter , and this height is to be divided into ten parts ;
two to be given to the plinth , one to the fillet ; three to the cimacia and its fillet ,
one and a half to the cavetto , the same to the torus , and one to the cimbia .
divided into thirteen parts ; two are given to the abacus , one to the fillet , two to
the madana , * seven to the cimarecta , and one to the cimbia . The upper part of
the shaft , about one and a half diameters below the capital , being divided into ...
It is without a pedestal The base is to be divided into eighteen equal parts , two to
be given to the plinth , one to its fillet , three to the cimarecta , three to the cavetto
with its listel , three to the torus , three to the upper cavetto , two to the platband ...
... exclusive of the base , which is composed of a plinth , a cimarecta , and torus ,
with their fillets , and is one diameter ... the upper fillet of the base it is called
nigata - stamb'ha , but when it is measured from the plinth below it , is termed
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Ram Raz: Essay on the Architecture of the Hindús / by Rám Ráz. - London : Parker, 1834. - xiv, 64 S. : Ill. - (Oriental Translation Fund) Die bibliographische Beschreibung im Haupteintrag ist unzureichend und irreführend.