In architecture, a cymatium is a capping or crowning moulding found in classic architecture.
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[ Latin , from Greek kyma`tion
, dim. of ky^ma
a wave.] (Architecture)
A capping or crowning molding in classic architecture.
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• (n.) A capping or crowning molding in classic architecture.
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Cymatium is a genus of small to large predatory sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Ranellidae, the tritons. This genus has numerous species, perhaps as many as 100, some of which have a worldwide distribution. The genus has been divided into at least 10 subgenera. Some authors have elevated those subgenera, givi
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Cymatium (Septa) pileare, common name the hairy triton, is a species of medium-sized predatory sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Ranellidae, the tritons. ==Subspecies== ...
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Cymatium molding appears at the top of the cornice in the classical order, and made of the s-shaped cyma molding (either cyma recta or cyma reversa). It is characteristic of Ionic columns and can appear as part of the entablature, the epistylium, and the capital. Often decorated with a palmette or egg-and-dart ornament on the surface of the moldin
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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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