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Intabulamentum

Entablature (from tabula). In the Greek styles, the whole of the structure above the columns, with the exception of the gable. The entablature has three members—


1.

the epistyle or architrave which joins the columns;


2.

the frieze; and


3.

the terminal cornice.

Entablature of the Parthenon at Athens.

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