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Originally these were projecting brackets under the corona of the Corinthian or Composite orders. In Canada, this term is used for the brackets supporting the soffit and fascia of Neo-Classical, Classic Revival, and Italianate buildings. A modillion is a bracket whose horizontal side is longer than the vertical.

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