The original Buddhagupta Stele
is currently housed at the Indian Museum in Kolkata.
During a visit to the Mesha Centre for Studies and Human Rights in Madaba, south of Amman, Dumas said returning Mesha Stele
to Jordan "can only be resolved within international agreements of which Jordan and France are signatories.
A hattigala (elephant copulation with human) stele
of unknown date is kept in the premises of Amruteshvara temple in Ratanwadi, at the base of Ratangad (the historic fort captured by Shivaji, around 150 km from Mumbai).
Arif "a tenu a honorer des soldats inhumes sur ce site qui, pour la plupart, perirent au cours de l'operation +Torch+ en novembre 1942, prelude a la constitution de l'armee de l'Afrique dont la contribution a la liberation de la France fut decisive", est-il ecrit sur la stele
He begins by setting the context in Isaiah 13-23, particularly reconstructing the broken stele
While the proportions of the vertical 'planes' of each stele
and of each of the negatives do pleasingly echo the proportions rendered in Leonardo da Vinci's Atlas and while it would be a mistake to avoid all reference to human perceptual scale in pursuit of my aesthetic, the stelae are not figural per se even as their construction from clay ties them to multiple mythological traditions that cite clay as the stuff of 'Creation'.
The anthropomorphic stele
at Monte dos Zebros (Idanha-a-Nova): Contextualization amongst other Diadem-Steles in the Iberian Peninsula
Cole follows other Chan scholars in tracing the roots of Chan genealogy to a funerary stele
for Faru (d.
stories: on the stele
they press on up towards the great breast of the
Curator Gary Garrels discusses the different ways in which Ellsworth Kelly's "Stele
I" marks the passage of time.
commemorates the pharaoh Merneptah, the son and successor of Ramses II.
The stone, part of a stele
, had on it three languages: Greek, 'demotic' or Egyptian and Egyptian hieroglyphics, a secret language used only by the priesthood.