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sculpsit

[skoo lp-sit; English skuhlp-sit] /ˈskʊlp sɪt; English ˈskʌlp sɪt/
verb, Latin.
1.
he engraved, carved, or sculptured (it); she engraved, carved, or sculptured (it).
Abbreviation: sc.
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sculpsit

/ˈskʌlpsɪt/
uknown
1.
he (or she) sculptured it: an inscription following the artist's name on a sculpture
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