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  • Craig At Home

    Sorry to be picky – but what you have depicted for “gargoyle” is really one of the richly carved faces typically found on the “string course” of a building. Typically located below the top edge of a vertical wall, the carvings on the string course may chronicle a sequence of events or memorialize certain figures – historical or mythical. The “gargoyle” would more likely be found on the corner of the building and serve as an exit point or spout for the water on the roof.