Definition of Acrolithic. Meaning of Acrolithic. Synonyms of Acrolithic

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Definition of Acrolithic

Acrolithic
Acrolithan A*crol"i*than, Acrolithic Ac`ro*lith"ic, a. Pertaining to, or like, an acrolith.

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- Anthony A (2002). Livia,First Lady of Imperial Rome. Yale University Press. ISBN 978-0-300-10298-7. Media related to Acrolithic statues at Wikimedia Commons...
- of Constantine (Italian: Statua Colossale di Costantino I) was a huge acrolithic statue of the late Roman emperor Constantine the Great (c. 280–337) that...
- inaccurately) wrote was made by Damophon of Messene. This group comprises acrolithic-technique statues of Despoina and Demeter seated on a throne, with statues...
- Perspective reconstruction of the temple of Despoina: the acrolithic statues of Demeter (L) and Despoina (R) are visible at the scale in the cella...
- Athens at a sacred spring; it contained a temple of Amphiaraos (with an acrolithic cult statue), as well as a theater, stoa, and ****ociated structures. The...
- interpreted as depicting Constantine the Great. Fragments from the different acrolithic colossus of Constantine, an even larger marble statue once erected in...
- were of other materials, probably a wooden frame. This is known as an acrolithic statue. Temple C is the most ancient of the four, dating back to 4th or...
- traditions of sculpture in wood about which we know very little, other than acrolithic sculptures, usually large, with the head and exposed flesh parts in marble...
- the Naples National Archaeological Museum. It was part of a colossal acrolithic statue, and shows the goddess with a central parting and wearing a diadem...
- now only used for emperors, as in the famous fragments of a colossal acrolithic statue of Constantine, and the 4th or 5th century Colossus of Barletta...
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