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A roman moulding, called a Torus. It is composed of a semicircle and a fillet. The smicircle projects from the fillet an amount equal to its radius. The concave addition above the fillet and the projection below the half round shows a combination of mouldings used in the base of a Doric Column.


Charles William Weick Elementary Mechanical Drawing, Theory and Practice (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1915) 212


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