Question

Between the eighth and thirteenth centuries, which style of architecture was used in the construction of temples, mosques, and tombs?

A

Arcuate

B

Trabeate

C

Shikhara

D

True Arch Construction

Medium

Solution

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Correct option is B)

Trabeate is also known as Corbelled style of architecture. Trabeate style is a type of construction in which the roof is supported by beams placed on pillars. This construction can be found usually in old temples and Masjids.

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