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a.1.Between columns or pillars; as, the intercolumnar fibers of Poupart's ligament; an intercolumnar statue.
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The colonnade ran for twenty-two intercolumnar bays and was paved with a mosaic of white marble tesserae arranged in radiating concentric arcs.
He tells us that within the Buddha-hall, which was the center of the monastery, there were at least three statues of Maitreya: one, cast in the common form of sitting under a bodhi-tree, which represented his achievement of enlightenment, was in the midst of the hall, while a pair of statues were placed in the eastern and western intercolumnar space of the hall.
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