The Penguin Dictionary of Architecture (third edition) was published in 1980. It was created for Penguin Reference and compiled by John Fleming, Hugh Honour and Nikolaus Pevsner.
It is a type of decorative moulding that has a fillet that looks like a keel and projects from the centre. This type of architectural ornamentation was common during the medieval period as part of the Early English Gothic (or Decorated) styles. Examples of keel moulding typically date from the late 12th century until late in the 13th century.
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