formal entablatures
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Fit for the Gods

Among the most decorative door entablatures were those in Georgian- and Federal-style houses built around 1800, as well as in later Greek Revivals. These often had pedimented tops patterned after those on ancient temples, as well as stacked moldings with dentil, interlocking Greek key, or beaded designs.
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