Definition of Puteals
1. Noun. (plural of puteal) ¹
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Definition of Puteals
1. puteal [n] - See also: puteal
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Puteals
puteals (current term)
Literary usage of Puteals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1825)
"... Triumphal Arches, Columns, Light-Houses, Barracks, and puteals, of which no account previously existed in any Compendium of Greek and Roman Antiquities, ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1823)
"curious article), amphitheatres, aqueducts, bridges, town-walls, gates, acro- - arches, baths, barracks, light-houses, 1: and puteals. ..."
3. Pompeiana, the Topography, Edifices and Ornaments of Pompeii by William Gell (1852)
"The former, puteals very often were: it is 3 feet 7 inches in diameter: the whole building 12 feet 5 inches. ..."
4. The Idler in Italy by Marguerite Blessington (1839)
"... with puteals placed over them. The columns are covered with stucco, and painted red, which has a very bad effect. ..."
5. The Idler in Italy by Marguerite Blessington (1839)
"... with puteals placed over them. The columns are covered with stucco, and painted red, which has a very bad effect. The portico around the garden is ..."
6. Italy: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm, Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1903)
"... other puteals in the centre. — By the wall, to the left of the entrance, 6556. an early-Greek Stele (man and dog), of the middle of the oth century. ..."
7. Italy : Handbook for Travellers: Third Part, Southern Italy and Sicily, with by Karl Baedeker (Firm), Baedeker, Karl, firm (1896)
"There are also three other puteals in the centre. — By the wall, to the left of the entrance,. an early Attic Stele, of the middle of the 5th century. ..."
8. Architectura Numismatica; Or, Architectural Medals of Classic Antiquity by Thomas Leverton Donaldson (1859)
"Of these puteals many examples abound in Pompeii, in the courts of the temples and houses, and also over a shaft or well attached to the Temple of Neptune. ..."