Arch stone

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Arch´ stone`

1.A wedge-shaped stone used in an arch; a voussoir.
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The RSS is the centre piece - the arch stone - of this Hindu edifice.
It was Sir Henry Bridgeman, the 5th baronet, who commissioned Capability Brown to landscape the park and employed architect James Paine to make alterations to the house as well as additions to the park in the 1760s, which included two further Grade I listed structures, a single arch stone Roman bridge over Temple Pool in Temple Wood, and the impressive Temple of Diana, which is now a holiday let.
The Victoria Jubilee Bridge was built between 1882 and 1887 and replaced a 1717 five arch stone bridge.