Gorgerin

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In architecture, a gorgerin (from the French: gorge meaning throat) is the neckline or portion of a capital of a column, or a feature forming the junction between a shaft and its capital.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Chambers 1739, GOT–GOV.
  2. ^ Morris 1992, p. 946.

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