Diglyph


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Diglyph

A rectangular block on the frieze of a Doric entablature, with two V-shaped vertical grooves instead of the three more commonly found in the triglyphs of other classical styles.
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diglyph

A member having two vertical channels or grooves, without the two lateral half grooves which characterize the triglyph.
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