TERMINAL FIGURES, also called "termini" or "terms," in architecture, figures of which the upper parts only, or perhaps the head and shoulders alone, are carved, the rest running into a parallelopiped, and sometimes into a diminishing pedestal, with feet indicated below, or even without them (see Hermae).
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