stele

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stela
(Arkeoloji) Stel veya stela, dikilmiş, yüksekliği eninden uzun yekpare bir taştan oluşan bir yapıttır. Sözcük Yunanca stele yani "(dikili) duran blok"tan gelir. Ahşap olanlarına da rastlanmıştır. Stelin farklı şekillerde kullanılan farklı tipleri vardır. Örneğin özellikle Antik Yunan'da rastlanan mezar taşı mahiyetinde steller vardır. Bunlara mezar steli de denir. Amarna'da ise sınırı işaretleyen Akhenaten steli bulunur; steller sınır işaretleri olarak da kullanışmılardır. Bunların dışında askeri zaferleri anan steller de mevcuttur. Mezopotamya'da da salt anıt mahiyetinde, çoğunlukla kral buyruklarının yazılı olduğu steller bulunmuştur
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A tall, slender stone monument, often with writing carved into its surface
The central core of the root and shoot system, especially including the vascular tissue
The body of the arrow
A stale, or handle; a stalk
Upright stone slab decorated with relief carvings, frequently used as a grave marker
a stone pillar use in ancient times to record inscriptions, often the exploits of rulers or important events Moabite Stone
An upright, (usually) tall, rectangular stone monument, often with carved decorations and/or text Though they are all over ancient Ethiopia, Axum has the greatest concentration of them Technically, our standing grave stones are stelae Stele is word used in archeological that comes to English from Greek by way of Latin A stele is oblong in cross section while an obelisk, its close neighbor, is square
The central vascular tube in roots which includes the xylem and phloem
a commemorative stone slab or wooden marker bearing inscriptions or illustrations
the usually cylindrical central vascular portion of the axis of a vascular plant
an ancient upright stone slab bearing markings
Same as Stela
or stela Standing stone tablet used in the ancient world primarily as a grave marker but also for dedication, commemoration, and demarcation. Though the stele's origin is unknown, a stone slab was commonly used as a tombstone in Egypt, Greece, Asia, and the Mayan empire. In Babylon, the Code of Hammurabi was engraved on a tall stele. The largest number of stelae were produced in Attica, chiefly as grave markers. The dead were represented on the stelae as they were in life: men as warriors or athletes, women surrounded by their children, and children with their pets or toys
or Stelae A standing stone tablet often inscribed with religious or political doctrines
Steles are inscribed, upright stones that could be used as boundary markers, to celebrate a victory, to honour the gods, or for many other purposes They were most often used as funerary markers on which the deceased were featured, in the presence of the gods, and a list of provisions and offerings was inscribed to provide sustenance in the afterlife The inscriptions on pharaohs' steles often boasted about their exploits One of the common themes was the pharaoh's superior ability to make wise decisions Narratives recount how pharaohs asked their courtiers for advice then rejected the suggestions given in favour of their own plans
{i} upright pillar with an inscription or design (used as a monument or marker)
an ancient upright stone slab bearing markings the usually cylindrical central vascular portion of the axis of a vascular plant
stela
A Maya stone monolith, frequently engraved with hieroglyphs
stela
an ancient upright stone slab bearing markings
stela
A small column or pillar, used as a monument, milestone, etc
stela
Greek word referring to inscribed slabs of stone generally in the shape of rectangle but rounded at the top It could bear texts of offering, commemorate a victory or indicate border
stela
an obelisk or upright stone pillar, usually as a primitive commemoration or gravestone
stela
an upright slab of stone carved and inscribed with religious or historical texts and representations
stela
A slab of stone (or sometimes wood) with text and pictures, set up in a tomb or temple
stela
An inscribed stone or wooden slab with an inscription dedicated to someone, an event or a decree
stele