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  • Cornice — • The uppermost division of the entablature, the representative of the roof, of an order, consisting of projecting mouldings and blocks, usually divisible into bed moulding, corona, and gutter Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Cornice… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • cornice — ► NOUN 1) an ornamental moulding round the wall of a room just below the ceiling. 2) a horizontal moulded projection crowning a building or structure. DERIVATIVES corniced adjective cornicing noun. ORIGIN Italian, perhaps from Latin cornix crow… …   English terms dictionary

  • cornice — UK [ˈkɔː(r)nɪs] / US [ˈkɔrnɪs] noun [countable] Word forms cornice : singular cornice plural cornices a raised line of plaster, wood, or stone at the edge of a ceiling …   English dictionary

  • cornice — [ kɔ:nɪs] noun 1》 an ornamental moulding round the wall of a room just below the ceiling.     ↘a horizontal moulded projection crowning a building or structure, especially the uppermost member of the entablature of an order, surmounting the… …   English new terms dictionary

  • cornice — /ˈkɔnəs / (say kawnuhs) noun 1. Architecture a. a horizontal moulded projection which crowns or finishes a wall, building, etc. b. the uppermost division of an entablature, resting on the frieze. 2. an overhanging crest of snow. 3. the moulding… …   Australian English dictionary

  • cornice — n. 1 Archit. a an ornamental moulding round the wall of a room just below the ceiling. b a horizontal moulded projection crowning a building or structure, esp. the uppermost member of the entablature of an order, surmounting the frieze. 2… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cornice — cor|nice [ kɔrnıs ] noun count TECHNICAL a raised line of PLASTER, wood, or stone at the edge of a ceiling …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Sistine Chapel ceiling — The Sistine Chapel ceiling, painted by Michelangelo between 1508 and 1512, is one of the most renowned artworks of the High Renaissance. The ceiling is that of the large Sistine Chapel built within the Vatican by Pope Sixtus IV, begun in 1477 and …   Wikipedia

  • Pierre Contant d'Ivry — (Ivry sur Seine, 11 May 1698 ndash; Paris 1 October 1777) was a French architect and designer working in a chaste and sober Rococo style and in the Goût grec phase of early Neoclassicism.context An Architecte du Roi from 1728, Pierre Contant d… …   Wikipedia

  • Lyddington Bede House — is a historic house in Rutland, England, owned and opened to the public by English Heritage.The existing a Grade I listed building is a part of a former palace of the Bishops of Lincoln, situated close to the church in the village of… …   Wikipedia

  • Rotch-Jones-Duff House and Garden Museum — Infobox nrhp | name =William Rotch, Jr., House nrhp type = nhl caption = Front (west) elevation, 2008 lat degrees = 41 lat minutes = 37 lat seconds = 49 lat direction = N long degrees = 70 long minutes = 55 long seconds = 42 long direction = W… …   Wikipedia