They are sculptured in the thickness of the wall, and are curious from the scenes and costumes they represent.
The most animated and boldest compositions are sculptured in these reliefs.
Would his eyes wander to the sculptured figures in the chapel, the figures which bore her features?
Rubbings taken from the sculptured slabs are reproduced here in full.
She had no wings, and stood on a base, sculptured with subjects relating to the birth of Helen and the Trojan war.
Here her own face met her on sculptured vaulting and ornamented wall.
The front faces the East; the pillars and the ruins of the walls are sculptured with hieroglyphics.
Above the arches is a sculptured cornice and a frieze of mosaic.
And as he strove only to teach what was true, so, in his sculptured symbol, he strove only to carve what was—Right.
In the dining-room is a sculptured skeleton whispering to a monk.
late 14c., from Latin sculptura "sculpture," from past participle stem of sculpere "to carve, engrave," back-formation from compounds such as exculpere, from scalpere "to carve, cut," from PIE root *(s)kel- (1) "to cut, cleave" (see scale (n.1)).