pachypodous

pa·chyp·o·dous

(pă-kip'ō-dŭs),
Having large thick feet.
[pachy- + G. pous, foot]

pachypodous

(pă-kĭp′ō-dŭs) [″ + pous, foot]
Having abnormally thick feet.
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Pachypodous, naturalistic, medium- to large-sized, well-proportioned figures, with massive legs and a great variety of costumes;
The modes of depicting violence also change; the earliest stylistic phase--the Pachypodous horizon--shows only individual archers killed by projectile weapons (Figure 5).
There is a sparse geographical distribution in the central-southern regions, in clear contrast with sites such as Valltorta-Gassulla, where there is a significant concentration of violent scenes in the older Pachypodous stylistic phase.
Unlike Valltorta-Gassulla and Tarragona, there is no evidence of violent episodes in the older phases, also associated with the Pachypodous figures (Utrilla & Martinez 2007).