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

putbacks
putchamin
putchamins
putcheon
putcheons
putcher
putchers
putchock
putchocks
putchuk
putchuks
putdown
putdownable
putdowns
puteal
puteals (current term)
puteli
putelis
puters
putid
putlock
putlocks
putlog
putlogs
putoff
putoffs
putois
puton
putonghua
putonghuas

Literary usage of Puteals

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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. ..."

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