angular capital

angle capital

plan of an Ionic angle capital
angle capital
A capital at a corner column, esp. an Ionic capital where the four volutes project equally on the diagonals, instead of being in two parallel planes; used by both Greeks and Romans.
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The angular capital "B" is actually a rune that represents Harald's initials.