By J W MOLLETT
The Illustrated Dictionary of paintings and Archaeology includes definitions of millions of phrases and greater than seven hundred illustrations dedicated to a vast base of subject material below the commonly- inclusive heading of paintings and Archaeology. integrated during this definitive paintings are phrases utilized in structure and in such similar topics as pottery, dress, furnishings, armor, heraldry, weaving, decoration, jewellery, track, and ecclesiastical ritual. Needlework, ivories, goldsmithery, and pigments also are commonly taken care of, as are Greek, Roman, and Christian antiquities. all the compilations that went into the whole paintings have been drawn from major specialists in all of the distinct topic branches.
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Ass, Chr. An emblem of patience and sobriety but also of idleness and obstinacy sometimes of the Jewish nation. A grotesque Christian Ass, Festival of the. festival of the Middle Ages, connected with the ; prominence of the ass in religious history. A Asser, R. (1) beam, pole, or joist. (2) The rafters of a wooden roof. (3) Asser falcatus was a kind of ram which was launched, with the aid of machinery, by the garrison of a fortified town, against the enemy's siege works. Assett, O. E. salver.
He was the author of the Canon, or law of proportion in sculpture, exemplified in his Doryphorus (spear-bearer) he worked principally in bronze, and was famous for his chryselephantine statues. A specimen ofthe Argive school of sculpture is the Discobolus of Myron (a contemporary of Polycletus) in the British Museum. It is an ancient copy in marble from the original bronze statue. Closeness to Nature is a distinguishing characteristic of the Argive School. Aries or Ram. A battering-ram. It consisted of a stout beam, furnished at one end with an iron head, shaped like that of a ram, Fig.
An Illustrated Dictionary of Art and Archaeology by J W MOLLETT