Origin of pictorial
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Now in terms of equipment, ancient writers and pictorial evidence rather paint a vague picture of the renowned foot companions.The Mighty Ancient Macedonian Army of Alexander the Great|Dattatreya Mandal|August 4, 2022|Realm of History
Meanwhile, composers became increasingly interested in pictorial descriptions of environmental and human noises such as thunder, wind, and the din of battle.Your Brain Is Like Beethoven - Issue 107: The Edge|Jonathan Berger|October 27, 2021|Nautilus
The Telleriano-Remensis uses a pictorial representation of a 52-year cycle to roughly date the quakes.
Those images helped the researchers match some pictorial accounts of quakes, including one in 1507, to later descriptions of the events.
Both artists play with print and bookmaking formats, using internal frames to boost pictorial drama.In the galleries: Posters as a medium for serious but jubilant communication|Mark Jenkins|July 9, 2021|Washington Post
A helpful pictorial index provides photographs of the actual objects.
They are never portraits of specific individuals who might interest us, even visually, apart from their pictorial roles.
He declared them to be “a pictorial representation of England as a free society and the liberator of other peoples.”
One little girl attempted to smell at the trees in a drawing and pretended to feed some pictorial dogs.
With less intelligent children traces of this tendency to take pictorial representation for reality may appear as late as four.
Calmly we seated ourselves in the "arm chair," and continued our labors upon our magnificent Pictorial.
The use of pictorial representations appears often to have been a matter of necessity.
Another slab bears the outline of a little pig, the pictorial translation of the somewhat singular name Porcella.
British Dictionary definitions for pictorial
- a magazine, newspaper, etc, containing many pictures
- (capital when part of a name)the Sunday Pictorial