Fluting (architecture) - Wikipedia
Fluting in architecture consists of shallow grooves running along a surface.. The term typically refers to the grooves running vertically on a column shaft or a pilaster, but need not necessarily be restricted to those two applications.If the hollowing out of material meets in a point, the point is called an arris. Fluted columns and pilasters inside The Panthéon, Paris, France.
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