examples of arches
Arches: curved constructions supported on each side by piers.
Arch with three lobes.
Flattened equilateral arch that is characteristic of the style that flourished in 16th-century England.
Arch that takes the form of a semicircle but is higher than the semicircular arch.
Arch that is lower than it is wide and forms an ellipse.
Arch whose extremities extend beyond a semicircle; it is characteristic of Arab architecture.
Arch comprised of two symmetrical curves that are alternately convex and concave.
Equilateral arch whose span, or distance between the piers, is reduced.
Arch forming an acute angle that is characteristic of the Gothic vault.