Definition of Perpendicular style. Meaning of Perpendicular style. Synonyms of Perpendicular style
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Definition of Perpendicular style
Perpendicular stylePerpendicular Per`pen*dic"u*lar, a. [L. perpendicularis,
perpendicularius: cf. F. perpendiculaire. See Perpendicle,
1. Exactly upright or vertical; pointing to the zenith; at
right angles to the plane of the horizon; extending in a
right line from any point toward the center of the earth.
2. (Geom.) At right angles to a given line or surface; as,
the line ad is perpendicular to the line bc.
Perpendicular style (Arch.), a name given to the latest
variety of English Gothic architecture, which prevailed
from the close of the 14th century to the early part of
the 16th; -- probably so called from the vertical style of
its window mullions.
Meaning of Perpendicular style from wikipedia
- 1180–1275), Decorated Gothic
(c. 1275–1380), and Perpendicular Gothic
(c. 1380–1520). The various styles
are seen at their
most fully developed
in the cathedrals...
, in mathematics
at right angles Perpendicular
axis theorem Perpendicular
and Decorated Style
c.1350–c.1500 Late Gothic: flamboyant
and perpendicular Abbey church
of Saint-Denis, west façade Nave...
- never widely
used in England, being
su****ded by the rise of the Perpendicular style around
1350. A possible point
of connection between
- end of insular traditions
and construction called
the Perpendicular style
building, the fenestration, vaulting techniques
- The Divinity School
is a medieval building
and room in the Perpendicular style
in Oxford, England, part of the University
of Oxford. Built between
- to the style
used in buildings
of some prestige
in the period roughly between
1500 and 1560. It followed
the Late Gothic Perpendicular style
- earliest buildings
of the Perpendicular style
architecture. William Ramsey
of the Perpendicular style which
was to dominate...
- perpendicular style
, was not begun until
1280, and the ornate vaulting
was not finished until
1360. Nave of York Minster
in the perpendicular style
- one of the most salient examples
of the Perpendicular style which characterized
the 14th–17th centuries
of English Gothic
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