But there was shadow behind a couple of caryatids; and here he hid.
These differ from Caryatids, which bear the architrave on their heads.
And the flesh-mountain appeared, with the two caryatids supporting her.
The fire of September 19, 1914, caused by the German shells, entirely destroyed the spire and its caryatids.
He first attracted attention in 1848 by the publication of a volume of verse, 'The Caryatids.'
There were gold ornaments on every side, elaborate moldings, caryatids and immense mirrors.
But the night slept, the caryatids slept, standing motionless and supporting the leafy roof.
And, quivering in every nerve, he stepped from behind the caryatids and went towards them, through the rotunda.
The night was sleeping there; the caryatids, sleeping, stood out white against the shadow.
A small room with apostle-figures serving as caryatids leads to the sanctum sanctorum where the famous relics are kept.