Definition of Cistvaens

1. cistvaen [n] - See also: cistvaen



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cistvaens

cisternal
cisternal maturation model
cisternal puncture
cisternography
cisterns
cistic
cistrome
cistromes
cistron
cistronic
cistrons
cists
cistus
cistuses
cistvaen
cistvaens (current term)
cisvestism
ciswoman
ciswomen
cit
citability
citable
citadel
citadels
cital
citalopram
citals
citation
citation-cord
citation cord

Literary usage of Cistvaens

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1. A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans by James Browne (1849)
"... Agricola's invasion—Their names and topographical positions—Stateof civilization—Religion—Modes of sepulture — Barrows, Cairns, cistvaens and Urns—War ..."

2. Archaeologia Cambrensis by Cambrian Archaeological Association (1879)
"To illustrate the idea I wish to convey, let any one refer to some of the numerous published engravings of these cistvaens ; and, when compared with those ..."

3. Y Cymmrodor by Cymmrodorion Society (1882)
"These cistvaens, from their situation, could not be the ... Descending from the cistvaens the road is regained, and soon on the left hand are observed the ..."

4. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1870)
"In ploughing the ground six graves were discovered in the form of rude cistvaens, composed of slabs of stone; they were regularly disposed, one being in the ..."

5. The Journal of the Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland (1878)
"In ploughing the ground six graves were discovered in the form of rude cistvaens, composed of slabs of stone; they were regularly disposed, one being in the ..."

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