Horseshoe Arch – Architectural Elements Of Churches

Horseshoe Arch A horseshoe arch is a circular arch that narrows at the base. It appears occasionally in imperial Roman architecture of the second century A.D., for example, at Villa degli Setti Bassi (Ashby, 1907,p. 99, pl. 7), but is otherwise very rare. There are a few early Christian examples from Asia Minor and Syria …

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