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  • Araeosystyle — A*r[ae] o*sys tyle, a. & n. [Gr. ? as intervals + ?. See {Systyle}.] (Arch.) See {Intercolumniation}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Araeosystyle — (Gr. αραιος, widely spaced , and συστυλος, with columns set close together ), an architectural term applied to a colonnade, in which the intercolumniation is alternately wide and narrow, as in the case of the western porch of St Paul s Cathedral… …   Wikipedia

  • Araeosystyle — Intercolumniation In ter*co*lum ni*a tion, n. (Arch.) The clear space between two columns, measured at the bottom of their shafts. Gwilt. [1913 Webster] Note: It is customary to measure the intercolumniation in terms of the diameter of the shaft …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • araeosystyle — /euh ree euh sis tuyl/, adj. Archit. having an intercolumniation alternately of two and four diameters. Also, areosystyle. [1825 35; AERO(STYLE) + SYSTYLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • araeosystyle — …   Useful english dictionary

  • areosystile — araeosystyle or areosystile / sisˈtīl/ adjective Alternately araeostyle and systyle (also noun) • • • Main Entry: ↑araeostyle …   Useful english dictionary

  • areosystyle — variant of araeosystyle * * * /euh ree euh sis tuyl, ar ee oh /, adj. araeosystyle …   Useful english dictionary

  • List of architecture topics — This page aims to list all topics related to architecture. This is so that those interested in the subject can monitor changes to the pages by clicking on Related changes in the sidebar. It is also to see the gaps in Wikipedia s coverage of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Intercolumniation — The Four Books of Andrea Palladio s Architecture, London 1738 In architecture, intercolumniation is the spacing between columns in a colonnade, as measured at the bottom of their shafts.[1] In classical, Renaissance, and Baroque a …   Wikipedia

  • areosystyle — /euh ree euh sis tuyl, ar ee oh /, adj. araeosystyle. * * * …   Universalium

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