Simas

simas

What is a Sima in architecture?

In classical architecture, a sima is the upturned edge of a roof which acts as a gutter. Sima comes from the Greek simos, meaning bent upwards. The sima runs around all four sides of a building. The raking sima is continuous, while the simas on the other sides are broken by downspouts.

What does the trademark Simas mean?

The Ceramics of Italy trademark is therefore a symbol of Italian excellence, given to a select number of companies. Simas is one of these.

Where is Simas accounting&tax based?

Simas Accounting & Tax are based at 10 Stephenson Court, Fraser Road, Priory Business Park, Bedford, MK44 3WJ. To see how Simas Accounting & Tax can help you or your business, contact us by email ( info@simas-accounts.co.uk) or telephone ( 01234 675 575 ) today for a free no obligation initial meeting.

Why choose Simas ceramics?

Simas proudly boasts the Ceramics of Italy trademark, a seal of approval from Confindustria Ceramica designed to promote and develop the historical, cultural and production heritage of traditional Italian ceramics. The Ceramics of Italy trademark is therefore a symbol of Italian excellence, given to a select number of companies.

What is a Sima made out of?

Simas may be made of terracotta or stone. Simas are normally decorated. Stone simas have continuous narratives, especially on the raking sides where they are not interrupted by spouts, similar to a frieze. Terracotta simas have repeating patterns that are easy to reproduce with molds .

What is the difference between a Sima and a downspout?

Sima comes from the Greek simos, meaning bent upwards. The sima runs around all four sides of a building. The raking sima is continuous, while the simas on the other sides are broken by downspouts. Early simas feature tubular or half-cylindrical spouts, but these were mostly replaced with animal-head spouts by the middle of the 6th century BC.

Where does the last name Sima come from?

People 1 Sima (given name), a feminine name in use in Arabic countries, Persia (Iran). 2 Sima (surname) 3 Sima (Chinese surname)

What is the difference between Stone Stone and Terracotta simas?

Stone simas have continuous narratives, especially on the raking sides where they are not interrupted by spouts, similar to a frieze. Terracotta simas have repeating patterns that are easy to reproduce with molds . This architectural element –related article is a stub.

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