What Is a Plinth Block?


A plinth block is a square block located at the base of a column or a pedestal, or the base on which a statue is placed. In the ancient Rome, the plinth technology was used to make pillars such as in the pantheon temple. The durability of plinth block depends with the adhesives used.
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a plinth interrupting a door or window architrave at the floor or ground level.
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A plinth block is the square block at the base of a column or a pedestal, or the base on which a statue is placed. It can also be defined as a course of brick or stone, often a projecting one, along the base of a wall. You can alternatively call it a plinth course.
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