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Definition of Fictile

Fictile
Fictile Fic"tile, a. [L. fictilis. See Fiction.] Molded, or capable of being molded, into form by art; relating to pottery or to molding in any soft material. Fictile earth is more fragile than crude earth. --Bacon. The earliest specimens of Italian fictile art. --C. Wordsworth. Fictile ware, ware made of any material which is molded or shaped while soft; hence, pottery of any sort. -- Fic"tile*ness, n. -- Fic*til"i*ty, n.

Meaning of Fictile from wikipedia

- lines 110-113". ****us Digital Library. Douglas Van Buren, E. "Italian fictile antefixes of the Πότνια θηρῶν". In: Revue des Études Anciennes. Tome 24...
- Ascidia empheres Sluiter, 1895 Ascidia escabanae Monniot, 1998 Ascidia fictile Monniot, 1997 Ascidia fistulosa Monniot & Monniot, 1967 Ascidia formella...
- studio technology the way a curious and playful child uses a room full of fictile toys—are nice to have around." Less favourably, Joseph Stannard opined...
- London 1921 Full text. Archaic fictile revetments in Sicily and Magna Graecia. New York 1923 Full text. Gr**** Fictile Revetments in the Archaic Period...
- Murlo Cowboy: problems of reconstruction and interpretation' in Deliciae Fictiles, ed. Eva Rystedt, Charlotte Wikander and Örjan Wikander (Acta Instituti...
- datable to the first half of the 8th century BCE. It is a simple quarry for fictile materials similar to those found in other Veneti centres dated to a slightly...
- mid-twentieth century. Lulof, Patricia; Rescigno, Carlo, eds. (2009). Deliciae Fictiles IV: Architectural Terracottas in Ancient Italy. Images of Gods, Monsters...
- hirtella Nothoscordum felipponei - Beauverdia sellowiana Nothoscordum fictile - Oziroe acaulis Nothoscordum graminifolium - Tristagma graminifolium Nothoscordum...
- the clay, show that there was an evolution of refinement in production, fictile material and firing, leading to more elegant types of vases, even though...
- domestic pottery in a secondary position, bronze fibulae and remains of clay fictile from the Roman period. These discoveries led the Decio to hypothesize the...
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