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Now, these doors are in the British Museum. They were constructed of two halves, each of which is 8 feet and 4 inches wide and 27 feet in height. The doors were framed with bronze edges or bars at a height of 10 inches, covered with bas-reliefs. The wooden doors often made about 3 inches thick, while tying curtain rod was more than 14 inches in diameter. Antique Doors Greece and Rome were made in three ways: either single or double, or valves. In the latter case, the valves were mounted on hinges and folded.

In the tomb of Theron in Agrigento (Sicily) is single chetyrehpanelnaya door engraved in stone, but, for instance, the collection is a bas-relief Blyundella church with double doors, each half of which has five sections make up panels. The Roman church of the sixth century Cosma e Damiano – another fascinating example of the implementation of the doors. These doors are an important example of the work on metal Roman masters best time. This is a double leaf doors, each half of which has two panels and admirably framed bronze. In the Renaissance period the Italian doors made simple enough, while in Germany and France there was a totally different situation.

Doors in these countries were decorated with exquisite carvings, particularly during the reign of Louise the 14th and Louise on the 15th. Also, sometimes these doors have some architectural additions, such as columns and entablature (the blocking, lying on top of columns) with pediments and niches, and the door flat aperture off with masonry. While in Italy the tendency to give the magnitude of the doors, increasing the number of panels, in France the situation was the opposite and one of the majestic bivalve door of the castle of Fontainebleau is made known in such a way as if composed of only one large panel. Meanwhile, in England, in the 17th century, the door panels were constructed convex panel breakup (architectural element design) or acting belt, sometimes richly decorated with unique carvings. In the 18th century, architectural breakup, applied to both vertical and horizontal bars Strapping, often decorated with additional exquisite patterns. Such a diversity of styles used in the construction and decoration of doors, which once again underlines the importance for humanity. Not without reason for the appearance of the front door is often judged on the house and its host as a whole.