In architecture, a gargoyle is a carved or formed grotesque with a spout designed
to convey ... The term gargoyle is most often applied to medieval work, but
throughout all ages some means of water ...
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Oct 20, 2013 ... Gargoyles and the Grotesque in Medieval Architecture. By Mamie Fain. Paper
given at the 7th Annual CVPA Emerging Scholars & Teachers in ...
The rainspouts spurted more than just rain however; just imagine the daily
sewage puked by a gurning gargoyle. A medieval denizen would do well to
Nov 5, 2012 ... A gargoyle is a water spout that projects from a gutter and is used to throw the
water away from the walls and foundations. In medieval ...
There are many theories has to how and why medieval architects and stone
carvers developed gargoyles. It is believed that they were used to ward of evil
and to ...
Gargoyles are traditionally thought to be created during the medieval period, but
examples have been found in ancient civilizations as well. Gargoyles were ...
During the medieval times, Gothic Architecture had a central place in grand
constructions, particularly religious monuments. This architecture flourished in
Each and every one of these medieval gargoyle statues are impressively detailed
, featuring a hand-painted look that makes each one look like authentic stone, ...
Apr 22, 2013 ... In architecture, a gargoyle is a carved stone grotesque, usually made of granite,
with a spout designed to convey water from/away the roof.