Acroterion

An acroterion or acroterium is an architectural ornament placed on a flat base called the acroter or plinth, and mounted at the apex of the pediment of a building in the classical style. It may also be placed at the outer angles of the pediment; such acroteria are referred to as acroteria angularia (angulāria means ‘at the corners’). The acro...
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acroterion

acroter, acroterial, acroterion, acroterium 1. The pinnacles or other ornaments standing in ranges on the horizontal coping or parapets of a building. 2. On classical buildings, one of the angles of a pediment; also, a statue or other ornament placed at one of these; especially, at the apex.
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acroterion

Acroterion (pl. acroteria) - plinths for statues, etc, at the apex and ends of a pediment. Can also refer to the statues themselves.
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acroterion

an ornament or a plinth at the apex or the lower angle of a classical pediment
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acroterion

in architecture, decorative pedestal for an ornament or statue placed atop the pediment of a Greek temple; the term has also been extended to refer ...
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Acroterion

ornament, usually pointed, for example in the shape of a pinnacle, but can be in form of plinths and statues, on the apex or at the ends of a pediment.
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acroterion

pedestal or ornament at the angle of a pediment
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Acroterion

The sculptured figure, tripod, disc or urn, of bronze, marble, or terracotta, placed on the apex of the pediment of a Greek temple or other substantial building; sometimes also above the outer angles of the pediment triangle.
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