Epistyle - definition of epistyle by The Free Dictionary
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[C17: via Latin epistӯlium from Greek epistulion, from epi- + stulos column, style]
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As a combined epistyle
block, with a frieze over an architrave having triple fasciae, it is typical of the Late Hellenistic through Julio-Claudian periods.
That this capital was used in an architectural context is suggested by the axial setting line on top of its abacus, which would have been appropriate for centering the pairs of beams that comprised the epistyle