Dosel

• (n.) Same as Dorsal, n.
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Dosel

Dos'el noun [ Old French dossel ; confer Late Latin dorsale . See Dorsal , and confer Dorse , Dorsel .] Same as Dorsal , noun [ R.]
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Dosel

In architecture, dosel are the hangings round, the walls of a hall, or at the east end, and sometimes the sides, of the chancel of a church: the name arises from their being placed at the back of the priests officiating at the Altar, and behind the seats in a hall. They were made of tapestry or carpet-work, and for churches were frequently richly e...
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