Monotriglyph

• (n.) A kind of intercolumniation in an entablature, in which only one triglyph and two metopes are introduced.
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Monotriglyph

Mon`o·tri'glyph noun [ Mono- + triglyph : confer French monotriglyphe .] (Architecture) A kind of intercolumniation in an entablature, in which only one triglyph and two metopes are introduced.
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Monotriglyph

In architecture a monotriglyph is a kind of intercolumniation in an entablature, in which only one triglyph and two metopes are introduced.
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Monotriglyph

interval of the intercolumniation of the Doric column, which is observed by the intervention of one triglyph only between the triglyphs which come over the axes of the columns. This is the usual arrangement, but in the Propylaea at Athens there are two triglyphs over the central intercolumniation, in order to give increased width to the roadway, up...
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monotriglyph

monotriglyph Having only one triglyph in the space over an intercolumniation.
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