Definition of Gorgerins
1. gorgerin [n] - See also: gorgerin
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gorgerins
Literary usage of Gorgerins
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1909)
"It must suffice now, without dilating on their details, to mention only the exceeding great number of richly jewelled carcans, gorgerins, collars, tablets, ..."
2. A Manual of Greek Archæology by Maxime Collignon (1886)
"The delicate lines, the exquisite chiselling of the marble, which ran like lace around the gorgerins of the capitals and under the voluted abacus, ..."
3. The Greek Painters' Art by Irene Weir (1905)
"gorgerins of the capitals and under the voluted abacus, could riot be hidden under a bed of color. " The color merely outlined these features in order to ..."