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Desription

 

A feature in cvarved stone often associated with a Doric frieze – it consists of vertical channels (literally 'three-grooved tablets'.

 

Beneath the grooves look out for guttae or triangular pegs.

 

Local examples (click to enlarge)

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Glebe House, St Stephens

 

Old Fish Market, St Margaret's Street

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