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Which is soffit-rib fig. 1, or into pointed rolls, as an arch at Keymerston, Norfolk, circa 1200 edges were chamfered, others worked into semi-Norman arch and PL. XXI. fig. 1. common circa profile in 1200 clearly and PL. IV. at figs. Norman work ; fig. 2, some or and the sub- rolls, arch cut away into a broad semi-cylindrical rib, as in represents, a ; which fig. 4, Barholme, Lincolnshire, 7 and 8, are groin-ribs of the one from Glastonbury, the other from Peterborough, early Norman : both satisfactorily exhibiting the formation of the roll- ; molding or bowtell.
A desire to angles of recessed arches, without either cutting decorate the away or rounding example from off the square edge, Abbey, Croxden occurrence in Early Gothic is PL. Transition «^ the is pointed bowtell, resembling, and the in as the in may be expected, annexed Hence Staffordshire. and in truth its it very frequently found in the Transition period, though not in the pure member Norman. Yet something often occurs in Norman Fig. 17 is a triple respond or bowtells, as at a, fig. 13. pier, of very closely resembling this work, between two cylindrical singular form, at Clee and ; use in an Early English arch at St.
II. fig. 5, are the detached shafts and Ely, and indeed examples. in PL. IV. varieties of shape. In some cases it closely approaches the character of the roll-and-triple-fillet, as PL. V. fig. 6, the beautiful Decorated window-jamb at North- borough, Northamptonshire. In Decorated work the fillet became extremely broad, PL. IV. 19, often as fig. case it may be much as three, or even four inches. clustered piers, where it very often occurs, as in those to the east of the octagon at Ely. But always a narrow edge-line.
A MANUAL OF GOTHIC MOLDINGS by F. A. PALEY