Entablature

Entablature, a term in classic architecture applied to the ornamented portion of a building which rests in horizontal position upon supporting columns; is subdivided into three parts, the lower portion being called the architrave, the middle portion the frieze, and the uppermost the cornice; the depth assigned to these parts varies in the different schools, but the whole entablature generally measures twice the diameter of the column.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Enoch Arden * Entail
Engineers, the Corps of Royal
England
England, The Want Of
Engles, Friedrich
Enid
Enniskillen
Ennius
Enoch
Enoch, The Book of
Enoch Arden
Entablature
Entail
Entsagen
Environment
Eolus
Eon
Eon de Beaumont, Charles d'
Eos
Eötvös, Jozsef
Epact
Epaminondas