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Definition of Bucranium

Bucranium
Bucranium Bu*cra"ni*um, n.; pl. L. Bucrania. [L., fr. Gr. ? ox head.] A sculptured ornament, representing an ox skull adorned with wreaths, etc.

Meaning of Bucranium from wikipedia

- Bucranium (plural bucrania; Latin, from Gr**** βουκράνιον, referring to the skull of an ox) was a form of carved decoration commonly used in Cl****ical...
- Apollo pouring a libation from a phiale onto the omphalos, with his sister Artemis attending; a bucranium hangs above...
- Simon, 1929 – Brazil A. rogersi O. ****rd-Cambridge, 1871 – Panama to Paraguay Synonyms Bucranium O. ****rd-Cambridge, 1881 Cryptoceroides Piza, 1937...
- Bucranium taurifrons is a species of ant-mimicking crab spiders from South America. It is found in Venezuela, Guyana, Peru, Brazil and Paraguay. Like...
- O: Diana with bow and quiver over the shoulder and bucranium above. Bucranium, skull of sacrificed bull, was displa**** in the temple of Diana. R: Sacrificing...
- 20th century Americanized metopes, using bison in place of cow skulls (bucranium) Metopes of the Parthenon Cl****ical order Robertson, D. S. (1929). Handbook...
- Bonapruncinia Benoit, 1977 Boomerangia Szymkowiak, 2014 Borboropactus Simon, 1884 Bucranium O. ****rd-Cambridge, 1881 Camaricus T****ll, 1887 Carcinarachne Schmidt...
- tholos A copper foundry In addition, archaeologists discovered a Gr**** bucranium amulet from the 5th century BC. A shrine of goddesses Demeter and ****phone...
- mythologies of Ancient Sumer, Akkad, ****yria, Babylon, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Bucranium Bugonia Camahueto Cattle in religion Deer in mythology Golden calf Horned...
- comb, in the dead carrion". Aristaeus Bee (mythology) Bull (mythology) Bucranium Georgics Geoponica, XV, 2, 22 sqq.. Antigonus of Carystus through Beckmann...
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