sculpsit


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sculpsit

(ˈskʌlpsɪt)
(Art Terms) he (or she) sculptured it: an inscription following the artist's name on a sculpture

sculp•sit

(ˈskʊlp sɪt; Eng. ˈskʌlp sɪt)
Latin. he carved (it); she carved (it). Abbr.: sc.
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The signature that appears on The Spiritual Warfare reads, uniquely, "MDhout sculpsit," with the "MD" joined.
Proinde Moyses tamquam vir peritus astrorum duas imagines sculpsit in gemmis hujus efficaciae, ut altera memoriam, altera oblivionem conferret.
and the individual who made a given print signed sculpsit (sculp.
The Pope personally followed the work of this team, and reviewed the text with great attention, even making observations about the Latin style, of which Pius XII said that it was worth being carved in stone: potius sculpsit quam scripsit.