Aedicule

an opening framed by two columns an entablature, and usually a pediment, placed against a wall, often containing a statue. Can contain a door ie aediculed doorway. (Illustration) (Illustration in context)
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Aedicule

An aedicule or aedicula (derived from aedes) is a small, temple-like structure comprised of columns supporting a pedimented structure over a niche or window and usually used to shelter a shrine.
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Aedicule

Small structure intended to house a sacred image or statue. It may also be a niche set into the external wall of a building.
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Aedicule

A pedimented entablature with columns used to frame a window or niche
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