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Under the sombre vaultings of the great Florentine Cathedral, the impression was not weakened.
The redeeming features of the Perpendicular style are its towers, its elaborate stone vaultings, and its timbered roofs.
There was a row of massive columns on each side of the table, which supported the vaultings of the ceiling above.
ROLLO IN ROMEJACOB ABBOTT
It is divided in the middle by an arch, thus having two complete vaultings, each with four spandrels.
LUCA SIGNORELLIMAUD CRUTTWELL
Eastward from this point, the vaultings of the roof are square, with broad, simple groinings.
This church of Santa Croce has no vaultings at all, but the roof of a farm-house barn.
The old wooden ceilings were replaced with stone vaultings, enriched with elegant carvings and cognizances.
Farther on, the road looks wilder, sloping between black rocks, through strange vaultings of foliage and night-black shadows.
The vaultings of the three swellings and the reticulation are also variable; the whole form is often irregular.
Experts were appointed to examine the condition of the vaultings and declared it to be excellent.

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