Tondino, an astragal.
Torus, or Tore, a large semicircular mould-
ing, used in the base of columns. See
Trabeation, the entablature.
Triclinium, a dining room.
Triglyph, an ornament peculiar to the
Doric frize. See Plate 10.
Trochilus, the scotia.
Turris, a tower; in civil Architecture a
pavilion, or garden temple.
Tuscan Order, one of the five orders of
Tympan, the flat surface or space within
Vase , the body of a Corinthian capital, also
an ornament used in Architecture, &c.
Vault, an arched roof, the stones or ma-
terials of which are so placed as to sup-
port each other.
Vestibule, the entrance to large houses;
the part under the portico.
Volute, the scroll or spiral horn, used
in Ionic and Composite capitals.