noun, plural ste·lae [stee-lee]. /ˈsti li/.
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The stela of Meneptah, on which the name of "Israelites" occurs, implies that they had already been lost to sight in the desert.Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations|Archibald Sayce
The inscription of this XIIth dynasty sandstone stela from the cemetery must be divided in the middle.El Kab|J.E. Quibell
Another stela contains the jackal, or genius of the departed, with propitiatory offerings from his friends.
Near to this is another stela of great beauty, engraved in low relief and cavo-relievo, coloured.
On the front of the stela sixteen columns are preserved, and traces of five more which have been intentionally erased.