(from the Greek tri-
"three" + ptychē
"fold") is a painting
which is divided into three sections. They were most common with Renaissance
painters, especially those who painted in a religious style.
Triptychs were usually altarpieces in churches and cathedrals, European and elsewhere. One such place with a triptych is Llandaff Cathedral.
Hans Memling painted a religious triptych.
A triptych is also a type of branching on a printed circuit board.
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