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Page 29 - Winter; beginning respectively at the vernal equinox, the summer solstice, the autumnal equinox and the winter solstice...
Page 18 - ... skilled stone-cutters under the direction of scribes. Whether the figures of these inscriptions were filled out with copper or gold, as some maintain, is extremely doubtful. With the pyramidion it was different. While its usual dedicatory inscriptions remained undoubtedly as they were chiseled, the point or apex seems to have been surmounted by gold or gilded bronze.