Cymatium

In architecture, a cymatium is a capping or crowning moulding found in classic architecture.
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Cymatium

Cy·ma'ti·um (sĭ*mā'shĭ*ŭm) noun [ Latin , from Greek kyma`tion , dim. of ky^ma a wave.] (Architecture) A capping or crowning molding in classic architecture.
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Cymatium

• (n.) A capping or crowning molding in classic architecture.
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Cymatium

A small cyma is called a cymatium. When a cyma is used as the crown moulding of an entablature, it is called a cymatium.
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