The Joglo belonged to those who had a statue in the village, a person of importance …More important the person was, the more Joglo could be great. A Joglo, is made up of four main pillars (pillars “Masters” ou Soko Guru) can be mounted on bases made of wood or stone “Umpak” up to 60 cm high that support the “Sari and tumpang tumpang Luar “The central part stairs,” party soar in the high to the roof and is often carved throughout.It is these that will tumpang to lean the Rusuk which form the first roof gently sloping Joglo. These four main pillars, there are 12 pillars all autour.Les Joglos follow a rectangular, sometimes square base and generally relied on higher ground to ensure drainage around the building. The Joglo had made him a person of great importance … Eg The Sultan of Yogyakarta has a Joglo with the main pillars of 30cm section … so nobody else could have the right to make as big … only 25 cm at most … for people of lesser importance 18 see 19 cm was the norm ….
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