Scamillus

Sca·mil'lus noun ; plural Scamilli . [ Latin , originally, a little bench, dim. of scamnum bench, stool.] (Architecture) A sort of second plinth or block, below the bases of Ionic and Corinthian columns, generally without moldings, and of smaller size horizontally tha...
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Scamillus

• (n.) A sort of second plinth or block, below the bases of Ionic and Corinthian columns, generally without moldings, and of smaller size horizontally than the pedestal.
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Scamillus

A scamillus is a sort of second plinth or block, below the bases of Ionic and Corinthian columns, statues, etc, generally without mouldings, and of smaller size horizontally than the pedestal and used to elevate them. They differ from ordinary pedestals in having no mouldings about them, and in being usually of smaller size.
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