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First, may be that, with the Or roll. having been feather it suggested edge was either was throated or widened, so as effect. Forms of this kind have probably As, however, the earliest examples that this fillet it will by the cut off to produce- be found in frequently falls in a line with the chamfer-plane, as in PL. II. figs. 9, 15, 19, and in ; EAELY MOLDINGS IN GENEEAL. fig. the north doorway at Cherry Hinton, 6, have been left view which may it possibly as a standing portion of the uncut surface certainly borne out is The molding.
Evident that they are not necessary even to Boldness and simplicity produce different indeed in their kind, yet not less than richness effects, solemn and striking But the power of moldings was of detail. appreciated to the fall by the ancient architects, and evident that they delighted in their extensive use. It it is quite was their ambition to work them wherever they could possibly find means and opportunity. Hence it is that such a vast quantity every- where remains, that no ordinary pains are requisite in examining any considerable moiety of them gating their principles.
In were engaged in the wall, and at the later times, the shafts latest period the roll-moldings were often continuous, but with manner small pseudo-capitals and bases attached after the of real columns. The Norman architects never got cylindrical edge-roll much beyond and shallow hollow, similar They paid example from Coton. so much in the fiat faces annexed to the atten- tion to surface sculpture and shallow ornamental work the plain Ip of their arches, that the Jp notion of alternate hollows and projections does jj§ not appear to have been fully comprehended by Coton.