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Tympanum - Psychic Pollution - Deconstructed Architecture (CDr, Album)


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2012
Label: Eat Glass Records - EGR-006 • Format: CDr Album, Limited Edition, Numbered • Country: Canada • Genre: Electronic • Style: Noise


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  1. In architecture, a tympanum (plural, tympana; from Latin and Greek words meaning "drum") is the semi-circular or triangular decorative wall surface over an entrance, door or window, which is bounded by a lintel and an arch. It often contains sculpture or other imagery or ornaments. Most architectural styles include this element.

  2. In Romanesque architecture, the tympanum constitutes the area between the lintel over a doorway and the arch above. During the 11th and 12th centuries in Europe, tympana over church portals were decorated with intricate and stylized relief sculpture.. A particularly popular subject for tympanum decoration was the Last lockputtusemesel.wiracogongsittmebaskeserlimisjets.colly, the figure of Christ appears in the centre of the.

  3. In architecture, a tympanum (plural, tympana) is the semi-circular or triangular decorative wall surface over an entrance, door or window, which is bounded by a lintel and arch. It often contains sculpture or other imagery or ornaments. Most architectural styles include this element. In ancient Greek, Roman and Christian, tympana usually contain religious imagery, when on religious buildings.

  4. tympanum (tĬm´pənəm). In architecture, the triangular space of a pediment [1], or low-pitched gable, above a portico, door, or window. Its boundaries are generally cornice moldings. The term also designates the solid wall space above an arched window or door.

  5. Ptolemeic architecture was just Greek architecture brought to Egypt, so precedents will be easily found in Greece. The Parthenon, to cite but one example, has a decorated tympanum, a feature which would seem to follow practically automatically once the shape of the roof was determined. The Parthenon was begun c BC.

  6. tympanum tĭm´pənəm. In architecture, the triangular space of a pediment, or low-pitched gable, above a portico, door, or window. Its boundaries are generally cornice moldings. The term also designates the solid wall space above an arched window or door. Sculptured tympana of this type, within round or pointed arches, occurred above the.

  7. Glossary of Medieval Art and Architecture. tympanum: (plural, tympana): The basically semicircular area enclosed by the arch above the lintel of an arched entranceway. This area is often decorated with sculpture in the Romanesque and Gothic periods.

  8. Examples of tympanum in the following topics: Romanesque Architecture: The Church of Saint-Lazare. The West façade of Saint-Lazare contains the tympanum (–), signed Gislebertus hoc fecit (meaning "Gislebertus made this") within the portico, which is ranked among the masterpieces of Romanesque sculpture in France The sheer size of the tympanum required it to be supported by .

  9. Tympanum may refer to. Tympanum (architecture), an architectural element located within the arch or pediment Tympanum (anatomy), a hearing organ/gland in frogs and toads, a flat red oval on both sides of a frog's head Tympanum, in biology, the eardrum; Tympanum, or tympanal organ, a hearing organ in insects; Tympanum (hand drum), a percussion instrument in ancient Greece and Rome.

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