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In architecture, the space between two triglyphs of a Doric frieze often adorned with carved work. It is the part of the entablature of a building of the Doric order placed between triglyphs. The frieze in buildings using the classical Doric order is usually composed of alternate triglyphs (projecting rectangular blocks, each ornamented with three vertical channels) and metopes (spaces).
Encyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology, Barbara Ann Kipfer, 2000