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mascaron

Representation of a human or partly human face, more or less caricatured, used as an architectural ornament, e.g. on a keystone over an arch.

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Representation of a human, animal, or fantastic face used in architectural ornament, often part of grotesque decoration. See mascaron.2 Label-stop (2) carved to resemble a head, called head- or ...

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