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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 lotus, ...
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.
33 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 ...
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, and one to the cimbra.
... exclusive of the base, which is composed of a plinth, a cimarecta, and torus,
with their fillets, and is one diameter high. ... in height from the upper fillet of the
base it is called migata-stamb'ha, but when it is measured from the plinth below it,
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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.