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Aulx Abbey are an early | example, in a position in llllL ' Hr' : ^mBi 7;2*| might naturally J be ° r § JSt> Hil which the pointed bowtell > ' f. _ Jt* St. Mary s, York. , , Tintern. expected. Though the under edge rounded, of it is frequently to be found cut square where sharpness shadow was desired criterion of date, as at of the scroll-molding is usually but this can hardly be considered as a ; is to it be found both in early work, as Warmington, Northants, and down fourteenth century, as at Elsworth, near Cambridge.
VIII. the measurements of all fig. 3. the parts, any inaccuracy of proportion resulting from a hasty sketch will readily be rectified, should the molding be adopted in practical architecture. For example, in PL. XVII. fig. 3, it is obvious that the double groove or hollow chamfer in the centre cuts off a less portion of the projecting angle than the diagram represents line marked 3f inches this, as in other cases, for the ; nearly as long as that marked 7. is In the measurement serves to correct the drawing.
Seen in yC/^ r I. fig. 16, ^r Norman arch in This member arose from is the plan of a late Mary's Church, Ely. a desire to angles of recessed arches, without either cutting decorate the away or rounding example from off the square edge, Abbey, Croxden occurrence in Early Gothic is PL. Transition «^ the is pointed bowtell, resembling, and the in as the in may be expected, annexed Hence Staffordshire. and in truth its it very frequently found in the Transition period, though not in the pure member Norman.