Isaac Kremer/ September 9, 2018/ / 0 comments

In Russian medieval churches, string-course or frieze of bricks laid on ends at angles, stretcher-sides flush with the wall behind, and touching at the tops to form a series of indented triangular recesses. Often associated with brick cogging (called porebrik), it was sometimes made of masonry, forming repeated carved depressions.

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