Portico

[disambiguation] A portico is a porch leading to the entrance of a building with a roof structure over a walkway. Buildings named after their porticos include: Portico may also refer to: ...
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portico

[n] - a porch or entrance to a building consisting of a covered and often columned area
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portico

In architecture, a porch with a pediment and columns. ...
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Portico

A portico is a porch on the front of a house which has at least one side made by pillars or columns which also support the roof. They are a feature of Classical architecture, such as John Dobson's Dobson, John Longhirst Hall, Northumberland.
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Portico

a porch in the form of a classical colonnade, usually described in terms of the number of columns, ie Hexastyle (6), Octastyle (8) Decastyle (10) (all from Greek ie deka, ten, stulos a column)
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Portico

In classical architecture, a projection from the body of a building consisting of a row of columns supporting an entablature and often a pediment. Related Words: Classical; Column; Entablature; Pediment
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Portico

In architecture, a porch or walkway with a roof - either open or partly enclosed - supported by columns and often with a pediment. A portico usually leads to the entrance of a building. Porticoes can be one or more stories high, and may be as narrow as a door or as wide as an entire building.
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Portico

Por'ti·co noun ; plural Porticoes or Porticos . [ Italian , Latin porticus . See Porch .] (Architecture) A colonnade or covered ambulatory, especially in classical styles of architecture; usually, a colonnade at the entrance of a building.
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portico

noun a porch or entrance to a building consisting of a covered and often columned area
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Portico

• (n.) A colonnade or covered ambulatory, especially in classical styles of architecture; usually, a colonnade at the entrance of a building.
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portico

colonnaded porch or entrance to a structure, or a covered walkway supported by regularly spaced columns. Porticoes formed the entrances to ancient ... [2 related articles]
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Portico

a series of columns or arches in front of a building, generally as a covered walkway.
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Portico

In architecture a portico is a colonnade or covered ambulatory, especially in classical styles of architecture. It is usually, a colonnade at the entrance of a building.
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Portico

A ceilinged entranceway to a church, often bordered by columned masonry.
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portico

portico (pôr'tikō) , roofed space using columns or posts, generally included between a wall and a row of columns or between two rows of columns. In Greece the stoa was a portico of the first type; in Greek temples porticoes terminated the front and rear ends of the naos—called ...
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Portico

A portico (from Italian) is a porch leading to the entrance of a building, or extended as a colonnade, with a roof structure over a walkway, supported by columns or enclosed by walls. This idea was widely used in Ancient Greece and has influenced many cultures, including most Western cultures. Some noteworthy examples of porticos are the East Port
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Portico

a series of columns or arches in front of a building, generally as a covered walkway.
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Portico

A small porch composed of a roof supported by columns, often found in front of a doorway.
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Portico

A small porch composed of a roof supported by columns, often found in front of a doorway.
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Portico

An entrance porch with columns or pilasters and a roof, and often crowned by a triangular pediment.
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portico

literally, porch: an architectural design used widely by Palladio and his followers, which consists of a colonnade supporting a pedimented roof of varying depth.
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Portico

Porch supported by columns, usually above entrance
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