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Akrokeramos or Orthokeramos is the tile that adorns at the most roof and the corners of pediments.
Akrokeramo is a typical architectural element, which was used frequently in neoclassical architecture. These forms from clay, which there are in various sizes and motives, have usually a naturalistic design. They are attached, at the end of clay tile roofing, where the roof is connected with the house wall. Their form arouses the feeling of a movement toward skies. The name Akrokeramo is called actually "the edge of the brick".
We present the classical Athenian "Akrokeramo".
His design stamped the period and the more general architectural style of the area of Athens.