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pic·to·graph

(pik'tō-graf),
A vision test chart for illiterates.

pictograph

(pĭk′tō-grăf)
A set of test pictures used for testing vision in children and illiterate adults.
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468472) by comparing scores for displays with identical display types (bar graphs or pictographs) or identical logical orders (groups within years or years within groups).
Just to see the pictographs, though, is enough to be able to learn from the spirits on the stone.
Dating and chemical analysis of Pecos River style pictographs. Pp.
"The bottom line is there is no evidence of pictographs on top of the rock," said Alberta Culture spokesperson John Tuckwell, who was apprised of the on-site situation by the archeological team.
Pictographs may serve as a valuable tool for communicating health-related risks to the public (for reviews, see Ancker et al.
James Simon; PICTOGRAPHS; The Porcupine's Quill (Nonfiction: Art) 24.95 ISBN: 9780889844056
New finds including stone tools, pictographs, jewellery and animal feed have been uncovered during the latest excavations at a Neolithic site in the Troodos mountains by a research team from the department of history and archaeology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUT).
Beginning with the pictographs of Writing-on-Stone, followed by Euro-Canadian exploration texts, the post-treaty writing of the agrarian colonization period, and into the present era, Alberta writing has come to be seen as a distinct literature.
In "Pictographs", Ojibway artist James Simon Mishibinijima brings to life the legends of his people passed down to him by generations of his tribal and clan Elders.
Robin Engels, Professor of Archaeology at the University of York, said that although Saudi Arabia was the junction of ancient trade routes, only a few of the rock carvings and pictographs had been studied.
"Most of the precolonial pictographs are in very narrow spaces deep in the caves, some are very hard to access, you have to crawl to get to them, they are very extensive and humidity is very high but it is extremely rewarding.
According to the editors, "The literary history of Alberta extends from the pictographs and winter counts of the First Nations, through the writing of explorers and fur traders to the fiction and non-fiction books of European settlers, and then through the emergence of the first voices of modernism through to the postmodernist experimentation and post-colonialism of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries."