Detail of the entablature now in the Capitoline Museums.
In this detail the way in which the same tool was handled differently for different purposes can be seen. Three distinct areas of point chiselling can be identified based on the depth and number of chisel marks visible. The upper fascia is quite roughly worked, the middle one more finely, while the lower fascia - especially on the right - is even more carefully roughed-out. Evidently a finer finish was required in each case. The flat chisel too was used roughly to define the lines of moulding between the fasciae, as well as more finely to smooth the surfaces of the guideline strip.