Definition of Statua. Meaning of Statua. Synonyms of Statua

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Definition of Statua

Statua
Statua Stat"u*a, n. [L.] A statue. [Obs.] They spake not a word; But, like dumb statuas or breathing stones, Gazed each on other. --Shak.

Meaning of Statua from wikipedia

- Statua della Libertà (Italian pronunciation: [ˈstaːtwa della liberˈta; ˈstaːtu.a]) is a statue in Piazza della Libertà, City of San Marino, the capital...
- The statue of Cosimo I de' Medici stands in the middle of Knights' Square of Pisa, just in front of Palazzo della Carovana. It was commissioned by Grand...
- Ad Statuas may refer to: Ad Statuas (Thrace), in ancient Thrace, in present-day Turkey Mogente, in present-day Spain San Cesareo, in present-day Italy...
- Sansevero. Archived from the original on 2013-10-24. "Cristo velato: la statua" (in Italian). Museo della Cappella Sansevero. Archived from the original...
- the works of Leon Battista Alberti (1404–1472): De re aedificatoria, De statua, De pictura, which focused on the importance of the intellectual skills...
- The Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius (Italian: Statua equestre di Marco Aurelio, Latin: Equus Marci Aurelii) is an ancient Roman equestrian statue...
- the graffiti reappearing. Scior Carera in Milan. Rendina, C., "Pasquino statua parlante”, ROMA ieri, oggi, domani, n. 20, February 1990. About Rome: Fountains...
- In ancient Roman religion, the Mamuralia or Sacrum Mamurio ("Rite for Mamurius") was a festival held on March 14 or 15, named only in sources from late...
- Sugunia Theodosiopolis Tushpa Marmara Abarnis Abydos Achaiion Achilleion Ad Statuas Adrasteia Aegospotami Agora Aianteion in Thrace Aianteion in the Troad...
- Sugunia Theodosiopolis Tushpa Marmara Abarnis Abydos Achaiion Achilleion Ad Statuas Adrasteia Aegospotami Agora Aianteion in Thrace Aianteion in the Troad...