traceried

  • 1 traceried — tracery ► NOUN (pl. traceries) 1) Architecture ornamental stone openwork. 2) a delicate branching pattern. DERIVATIVES traceried adjective …

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  • 2 traceried — adjective see tracery …

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  • 3 traceried — /tray seuh reed/, adj. ornamented or decorated with tracery. [1835 45; TRACERY + ED3] * * * …

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  • 4 traceried — trac·er·ied …

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  • 5 traceried — /ˈtreɪsərid/ (say traysuhreed) adjective ornamented with tracery. {tracer(y) + i 2 + ed3} …

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  • 6 traceried — ˈtrās(ə)rēd, rid adjective : decorated with or having tracery …

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  • 7 List of towers in Somerset — The Somerset Towers, built in the 14th to 16th centuries, have been describe as among England s finest contributions to medieval art.cite book |last= Jenkins|first=Simon|title= England s Thousand Best Churches|year= 2000|publisher= Penguin… …

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  • 8 Church of All Souls, Bolton — All Souls Church, Bolton, from the northeast …

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  • 9 Gothic architecture — See also: Gothic art The western façade of Reims Cathedral, France …

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  • 10 Rose window — A Rose window (or Catherine window) is often used as a generic term applied to a circular window, but is especially used for those found in churches of the Gothic architectural style and being divided into segments by stone mullions and tracery.… …

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  • 11 Northleach — is a small Cotswold market town in Gloucestershire, England. It constitutes the major part of the civil parish of Northleach with Eastington. The nearest railway stations are Moreton in Marsh, Kingham and Shipton on the Cotswold Line. Contents 1… …

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  • 12 History of wood carving — From the remotest ages the decoration of wood has been a foremost art. The tendency of human nature has always been to ornament every article in use. The North American Indian carves his wooden fish hook or his pipe stem just as the Polynesian… …

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  • 13 Episcopal Church of the Nativity (Huntsville, Alabama) — Infobox nrhp | name =Episcopal Church of the Nativity nrhp type =nhl caption = Episcopal Church of the Nativity in Huntsville. location= 212 Eustis Avenue, Huntsville, Alabama lat degrees = 34 lat minutes = 43 lat seconds = 48.19 lat direction =… …

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  • 14 Architecture of the medieval cathedrals of England — The medieval cathedrals of England, dating from between approximately 1040 and 1540, are a group of twenty five buildings which together constitute a major aspect of the country’s artistic heritage and are among the most significant material… …

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  • 15 St Cross Church, Knutsford — St Cross Church, Knutsford, from the southeast …

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  • 16 Woodward Ave. Presbyterian Church — Infobox nrhp | name =Woodward Ave. Presbyterian Church nrhp type = caption = Church facade from Woodward location= Detroit, Michigan lat degrees = 42 lat minutes = 22 lat seconds = 40.52 lat direction = N long degrees = 83 long minutes = 4 long… …

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  • 17 Clerestory — • A term formerly applied to any window or traceried opening in a church, e. g. in an aisle, tower, cloister, or screen, but now restricted to the windows in an aisled nave, or to the range of wall in which the high windows are set Catholic… …

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  • 18 Church of Saint Laud — Church of Saint Laud, Mabe The 15th century tower of the Church of Saint Laud …

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  • 19 St Mary Magdalene's Church, Battlefield — St Mary Magdalene s Church, Battlefield, fr …

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  • 20 tracery — noun (plural eries) Date: 1669 1. architectural ornamental work with branching lines; especially decorative openwork in the head of a Gothic window 2. a decorative interlacing of lines suggestive of Gothic tracery • traceried adjective …

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