QUATREFOIL, in Gothic architecture, the piercing of tracery in a window or balustrade with small semicircular openings known as "foils"; the intersection of these foils is termed the cusp.
The aureola, when enveloping the whole body, is generally oval or elliptical in form, but is occasionally circular or quatrefoil.
quatrefoil light is set high up in gable.
quatrefoil panels of the same pattern as is found in the west window.
quatrefoil above the main lights.
quatrefoil in the head.
quatrefoil in the spandrel.
quatrefoil in the tracery above.
quatrefoil in gable.
Above the door is a double lancet window with quatrefoil tracery.
A quatrefoil chapel on the east side of the basilica is a Byzantine addition.
The gallery now has trefoiled sub-arches and a quatrefoil pierced through the tympanum.
A quatrefoil light is set high up in gable.
A rood loft was also added, approached by a stair on the north side lit by a quatrefoil window.
Roof similar to nave but all arch-braced collars (6), and four tiers of quatrefoil windbraces.
These include quatrefoil panels of the same pattern as is found in the west window.
One of the windows has incised ' AMDG 1868 ' around the quatrefoil above the main lights.
The tower is embattled, and has belfry windows of two trefoiled lights with a quatrefoil in the head.
All along the aisles is blank arcading with trefoil arches and a blank elongated rounded quatrefoil in the spandrel.
West wall: west window has two lights with trefoil heads and a quatrefoil in the tracery above.
Left end adjoins No. 46 whilst right end has a 2 light both floors and framing forming quatrefoil in gable.
Dreiblatl and Dreiblattbogen), the term in Gothic architecture given to the ornamental foliation or cusping introduced in the heads of window-lights, tracery, panellings, &c., in which the centre takes the form of a three-lobed leaf, one of the earliest examples being in the plate tracery at Winchester (1222-1235);1235); See Quatrefoil.
Wagon roof of 24 panels, the wall plates with quatrefoil friezes.
The pendant is quatrefoil in plan, with a small knop at each corner junction.
The simple wagon roof of two bays is coved with decorated purlins, molded ribs and quatrefoil tracery.
quatrefoil pierced through the tympanum.
Buttressed north aisle with hoodmoulds with corbel heads to its 3 windows which have quatrefoil above 3 trefoiled lights.
The C19 century figure of Christ in the tympanum is placed in a large pointed quatrefoil.
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