Definition of Scyphate

1. shaped like a cup [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scyphate

scybalous
scye
scyen
scyence
scyes
scyllaea
scyllarian
scyllarians
scyllite
scyllo-inosamine 4-kinase
scymetar
scymetars
scyon
scypha
scyphate (current term)
scyphi
scyphiform
scyphistoma
scyphistomae
scyphistomas
scyphistomata
scyphobranchii
scyphoid
scyphomeduse
scyphophori
scyphozoan
scyphozoans
scyphus
scytale

Literary usage of Scyphate

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Catalogue of the Imperial Byzantine Coins in the British Museum by Warwick William Wroth, British Museum Dept. of Coins and Medals (1908)
"AD 1081) or under his predecessor, leaving the heavier scyphate coin in possession of ... The curious scyphate form has never been satisfactorily explained, ..."

2. Essays and Studies Presented to William Ridgeway ... on His Sixtieth by Edmund Crosby Quiggin (1914)
"A later variant of this type, occurring on the scyphate solidi, represents the emperor and a saint holding the ..."

3. Catalogue of the Imperial Byzantine Coins in the British Museum by British Museum Dept. of Coins and Medals, Warwick William Wroth (1908)
"... with both hands holds book of Gospels with *•* on cover. In field, 1C and XC. Two borders of dots. [CA Murray, 1849]' Type 2 (scyphate) + MIX AHA ..."

4. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1866)
"Amongst the objects sent for inspection, through Captain Tyler, RE, were a Gaulish gold coin, weight 91 gre., slightly scyphate in form, of which an account ..."

5. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1861)
"By Mr. WM WYLIE, FSA—Bronze ornaments of the Anglo-Saxon period, consisting of brooches of scyphate and other forms, curiously chased and partly gilded ..."

6. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1859)
"This matrix is of the peculiar fashion, with chamfered edges, producing that kind of impression which has been distinguished as scyphate, ..."

7. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1856)
"The curious seal, now for the first time published, presents an example of the scyphate, or dished form, which is of rare occurrence. ..."

8. The Archaeological Journal by Council, British Archaeological Association, Central Committee (1866)
"Amongst the objects sent for inspection, through Captain Tyler, RE, were a Gaulish gold coin, weight 91 grs., slightly scyphate in form, of which an account ..."

9. Catalogue of the Imperial Byzantine Coins in the British Museum by Warwick William Wroth, British Museum Dept. of Coins and Medals (1908)
"AD 1081) or under his predecessor, leaving the heavier scyphate coin in possession of ... The curious scyphate form has never been satisfactorily explained, ..."

10. Essays and Studies Presented to William Ridgeway ... on His Sixtieth by Edmund Crosby Quiggin (1914)
"A later variant of this type, occurring on the scyphate solidi, represents the emperor and a saint holding the ..."

11. Catalogue of the Imperial Byzantine Coins in the British Museum by British Museum Dept. of Coins and Medals, Warwick William Wroth (1908)
"... with both hands holds book of Gospels with *•* on cover. In field, 1C and XC. Two borders of dots. [CA Murray, 1849]' Type 2 (scyphate) + MIX AHA ..."

12. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1866)
"Amongst the objects sent for inspection, through Captain Tyler, RE, were a Gaulish gold coin, weight 91 gre., slightly scyphate in form, of which an account ..."

13. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1861)
"By Mr. WM WYLIE, FSA—Bronze ornaments of the Anglo-Saxon period, consisting of brooches of scyphate and other forms, curiously chased and partly gilded ..."

14. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1859)
"This matrix is of the peculiar fashion, with chamfered edges, producing that kind of impression which has been distinguished as scyphate, ..."

15. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1856)
"The curious seal, now for the first time published, presents an example of the scyphate, or dished form, which is of rare occurrence. ..."

16. The Archaeological Journal by Council, British Archaeological Association, Central Committee (1866)
"Amongst the objects sent for inspection, through Captain Tyler, RE, were a Gaulish gold coin, weight 91 grs., slightly scyphate in form, of which an account ..."

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