Some articles on plates, copper plate, copper plates, copper:
... Karandai (Tanjavur or Tanjore) plates (v.48) (Sanggham Copper Plate Charter) of about 1020 AD issued by Rajendra Chola (c ... The Kamboja king mentioned in the Karandai (Tanjavur or Tanjore) plates (v.48) is also believed to be Dharmapala of the Kamboja-Pala Dynasty of Bengal ... dynasty to which Nayapalaa, Narayanapala and Rajyapala of the Irda Copper Plate grant the Kalanda Copper Plate grant belonged ...
... He completed eight large embossed iron and copper plates on Easter Island subjects, all of which can be considered masterpieces "Ship Chased by an Aku-Aku", or demon "Hieroglyph from Hanga-Papara", on ... In 1961 the artist finished an embossed copper plate, "Breakfast is Ready", on the subject of painful servitude mother and child are carrying a tray, lacerated ...
... that this way to designate the tinctures originated by all probability from the artists (copper plate engravers) and not the heralds ... The copper plate engravers were always seized of the problem of properly picturing the black (dark) and white (light) surfaces ... hatching system was developed by the outstanding copper plate engraver, publisher, typographer and bookseller Jan Baptist Zangrius (†1606) of Leuven in 1600 and was seen at the armorial chart of ...
... The Taxila copper-plate, also called the Moga inscription or the Patika copper-plate is a notable archaeological artifact found in the area of Taxila, Gandhara, in modern Pakistan ...
... Gahadavala dynasty over the district is incontestably proved by the discovery at Kudarkot of a copper plate grant dated in the reign of Chandradeva ... Two copper plate grants of Govindachandra, dated respectively Samvat 1161, or A ... two miles north-east of tahsil Bidhuna of the district Another copper plate grant of this king dated Samvat 1166 or A ...
Famous quotes containing the words plate and/or copper:
“Say Yessum to the ladies, an Yessur to the men,
And when theys company, dont pass yer plate for pie again;
But, thinkin of the things yerd like to see upon that tree,
Jes fore Christmas be as good as yer kin be!”
—Eugene Field (18501895)
“He had put, within his reach,
A box of counters and a red-veined stone,
A piece of glass abraded by the beach,
And six or seven shells,
A bottle with bluebells,
And two French copper coins, ranged there with careful art,”
—Coventry Kersey Dighton Patmore (18231896)