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Last edited 29 Jun 2021
This broken pediment was placed over the doorway of the former telephone exchange in Cromer. It is decorated with the Royal coat of arms of George V.
Gardner’s Art Through the Ages (eighth edition) was published in 1986. It was published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich and written by Horst de la Croix and Richard G. Tansey.
More specifically, a broken pediment has an opening at the apex, while an open pediment is the term for an opening at the base.
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