Definition of Ecuelles
1. ecuelle [n] - See also: ecuelle
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ecuelles
Literary usage of Ecuelles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Observations on Cup-shaped and Other Lapidarian Sculptures in the Old World by Charles Rau (1881)
"Pierres a ecuelles ... pamphlet entitled "Les Pierres a ecuelles", p. 7.— Occurrence of cup-stones in America, p. 8. ..."
2. A Summer Voyage on the River Saône by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1897)
"The village of ecuelles, on the right bank, composed admirably with its old ... As usual in such cases he was ecuelles. miserable because the merciless tug ..."
3. Trephining in Its Ancient and Modern Aspect by Carl F. W. Bödecker, John Fletcher Horne (1894)
"M. Chouquet discovered in a mound near ecuelles specimens of both surgical and post-mortem trephining. M. Gassie discovered a trephined skull in a mound at ..."
4. The Connoisseur by George Colman, B. Thornton (1907)
"Some of the ecuelles are beautifully painted with a shield on a cross of the order of St. Stephen, bearing the arms of the Ginori family, held by an eagle ..."