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Definition of Sigillaria
SigillariaSigillaria Sig`il*la"ri*a, n. pl. [L., from sigillum a seal.
See Sigil.] (Rom. Antic.)
Little images or figures of earthenware exposed for sale, or
given as presents, on the last two days of the Saturnalia;
hence, the last two, or the sixth and seventh, days of the
Sigillaria Sig`il*la"ri*a, n. [NL., fem sing. fr. L. sigillum
a seal.] (Paleon.)
A genus of fossil trees principally found in the coal
formation; -- so named from the seallike leaf scars in
vertical rows on the surface.
Meaning of Sigillaria from wikipedia
is a genus
of extinct, spore-bearing, arborescent
(tree-like) plants. It was a lycopodiophyte, and is related
to the lycopsids, or club-mosses...
- ancient Roman
or wax figurines given
as traditional gifts during
the Saturnalia. Sigillaria
as a proper
noun was also...
or small figurines
made of wax or pottery known
. The poet Catullus called
it "the best of days". Saturnalia
was the Roman...
- may have favored drier areas
of the swamp. One author[who?] thinks
that Sigillaria favored
the intermediate areas between levee habitat
lycopsid, probably Sigillaria
, from Joggins, with attached stigmarian
- swamp-loving lycopod trees
of the Carboniferous, such as Lepidodendron
, were progressively replaced
in the continental interior
by the more advanced...
- victimis ).(1.7.31)(p 146) The figurines
that were exchanged
may have represented token
(with its cone called
Lepidostrobus), Anabathra, Lepidophloios
. The roots
of these forms
as Stigmaria. Unlike
in situ lycopsid, probably Sigillaria
, with attached stigmarian
is from the Joggins Formation
(Pennsylvanian), ****berland Basin...
- underground rooting structures
of coal forest lycopsid trees
such as Sigillaria
and Lepidodendron. These swamp forest trees
grew to 50 meters
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