The architecture was Moorish, and the tawdry throne was framed in a horseshoe arch.
horseshoe arch, with the centre above the springing; employed in Moorish architecture.
The principal arches used were the pointed and the horseshoe arch.
Each of the columns upholds a small pilaster, and between them is a horseshoe arch, no two of the columns being alike.
A door with a horseshoe arch and a leather curtain led to the house; the door to the shop was strong and iron-bound.
(He rushes in through the horseshoe arch, hot and excited, and runs round, kicking the sleepers) Nah then.
Here we may see one more monument of the Moors, a horseshoe arch, once a part of the Mosque.
Twenty-eight feet above the pavement, over the horseshoe arch, a cabalistic key and a gigantic hand are carved on two stones.
And as on that day so on this, in the alcove under the horseshoe arch sat Ben Aboo and his Spanish wife.
There is an extremely curious canopy, being a sort of horseshoe arch, surmounting and breaking into a circular arch, at Tournai.