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1@An alternative term for the base ridge, *jimune ’n“. The base ridge is a longitudinal timber plate positioned below the ridge purlin, *munagi “–Ø, that provides a footing upon which to stand a row of struts, *udatsu ‰K—§ or *shinzuka ^‘©, which in turn support the ridge purlin in thatched vernacular houses, *minka –¯‰Æ.

2@In minka with hipped roofs, *yosemune yane Šñ“‰®ª, in Chiba prefecture, the short beams that span from the eaves purlin, *nokigeta Œ¬Œ…, at the end of the roof to the main transverse beam, *koyabari ¬‰®—À. These beams run parallel to the ridge and form a base for roof struts, koyazuka ¬‰®‘©, to support other beams. Also called *tobibari ”ò—À.
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