Decorated

In addition to its ordinary English meaning, decorated can mean: ...
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Decorated

• (imp. & p. p.) of Decorate
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Decorated

A type of Gothic style decoration dating to the late 13th to mid-14th century. Also known as Geometric.
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Decorated

In architecture, the second period of English Gothic, covering the latter part of the 13th century and the 14th century. Chief characteristics include ornate window tracery, the window being divided...
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Decorated

In architecture, the second period of English Gothic, covering the latter part of the 13th century and the 14th century. Chief characteristics include ornate window tracery, the window being divided into several lights by vertical bars called mullions; sharp spires ornamented with crockets and pinnacles; complex church vaulting; and sle...
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Decorated

Term applied to style of English Gothic architecture c. 1275-1340, in which there was an increasing use of decoration.
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Decorated

When capitalised, Decorated refers to a style of architecture dating from the late 13th to the mid 14th Century, characterised by elaborate window tracery and tall columns. Represents the middle of the Gothic period
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Decorated

When capitalised, Decorated refers to a style of architecture dating from the late 13th to the mid 14th Century, characterised by elaborate window tracery and tall columns. Represents the middle of the Gothic period
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