bichrome


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bichrome

(ˈbaɪˌkrəʊm)
adj
having two colours
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Adj.1.bichrome - having two colorsbichrome - having two colors; "a bicolor flower"; "a bicolored postage stamp"
colored, coloured, colorful - having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
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According to archeologists, their latest discovery 6 in which they also found Philistine bichrome pottery and figurines of Aegan goddesses that have been discovered in other excavations associated with Philistinian culture 6 only further proved the Philistine link to the palace.
Post-500 AD ceramic contexts, La Turquia stone ring cemetery: (a) View of the excavated cemetery and its surroundings, (b) probable ring grave, (c) bichrome and stepped designs ceramics, (d) head tiara.
With its extremely wide aspect ratio, richly detailed bichrome photography and two-hour-plus running time, adventurous fests are the logical venue for this effort, which deserves to be seen on the bigscreen.
Later in the Bronze Age, especially in the northern parts of the island, people preferred their pots to have a clear and formal bichrome appearance.
Current screens are essentially monochrome or bichrome, the most advanced providing 16 shades of gray.
4 per cent) although yellow, white, blue, black, mulberry and pink paintings also occurred in monochrome and bichrome.
1990): "The bichrome art period in the Kimberley, Australia", Rock Art Research, 7, pp.
One of the most frequently cited examples is the change in the Canaanite ceramic repertoire at the beginning of the Iron Age with the introduction of the Philistine Bichrome style, especially new forms such as the side-spouted strainer jug and the deep bowl or skyphos.
The main image at Marrngunj is a bichrome (black and white pigment) X-ray painting of a human figure.
RED CLOVER SEED COATS may be monochrome yellow or purple, but the majority of seeds are bichrome with various proportions of both colors.
Chunks of Phoenician bichrome pottery lay scattered around Doreen's skeleton.