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AbacusAbacus or impost block ist the most upper part of a capital.
acanthusAcanthus is a mediterranean plant often used as decoration of capitals.
BaseThe lowermost part of a column.
BasiliskThe basilisk (from the Greek basiliskos = a little king) is a legendary reptile Mostly shown as a cockerel with a snake's tail. It's said to have the power of causing death by a single glance.
CryptA crypt is a stone chamber or vault, usually beneath the floor of a church or castle. For churches crypts are typically located below the apse. Usually they contain tombs of important persons.
PlinthPart beneath the base of a column.
Rose windowRound window often placed above a portal.
TympanumTympanum