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There is a frieze in the upper walls, a pedestal in the southeast corner and a sunken basin in the northwest corner.
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There is also a frieze by Adolph Weinman depicting the " great lawgivers of history ", including Hammurabi, on the south wall of the U. S. Supreme Court building.
There were 29 of these columns supporting the projecting roof line with its plain, broad frieze and molded cornice.
There are seven distinct subgroups ( up to scaling and shifting of patterns ) in the discrete frieze group generated by a translation, reflection ( along the same axis ) and a 180 ° rotation.
There is also a lower frieze with the names of many other distinguished graduates, and a place on the lower frieze can be awarded while the person is still alive.
There was also a traditional Indian chujja or chhajja, which occupied the place of a frieze in classical architecture ; it was a sharp, thin, protruding element which extended from the building, and created deep shadows.
There was a frieze on the architrave ornamented with symbols of victory, several weapons, armour and tritons.
There is a chapel within Paisley Abbey, dedicated to Mirin containing a sculptured stone frieze depicting the life of the saint.
There is a second, smaller and less well-preserved high relief frieze on the inner court walls which surround the actual fire altar on the upper level of the structure at the top of the stairs.
There was a partial reconstruction in the central gallery of the museum with the frieze fragments installed on the surrounding walls.
There was a continuous frieze of a painted landscape representing the journey from Jerusalem to Jericho, while from the ceiling hung antique brass lamp-holders such as might have hung in Solomon ’ s Temple.
There is a noticeable ease to the physiques of the frieze compared with the stiffness of the metopes along with an eye for such subtleties as knuckle joints, veins and the careful articulation of musculature.
There may be some variation in design within a single structure to allow for corner contraction, an adjustment of the column spacing and arrangement of the Doric frieze in a temple to make the design appear more harmonious.