Bucranium

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Bu`cra´ni`um


n.1.A sculptured ornament, representing an ox skull adorned with wreaths, etc.
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He bore on a white shield a black bull's head, half defaced by the numerous encounters which he had undergone, and bearing the arrogant motto, Cave, Adsum.
The marble sculptures -- a bull's head, the subject of a lengthy legal battle, and four male torsos -- were unveiled earlier this month during a news conference at Beirut's National Museum, their new home.
Download US will return Bull's Head sculpture to Lebanon NNA - The Ministry of Culture announced today that it has been notified by the Office of the New York County District Attorney in the United States that an ancient marble sculpture of a Bull's Head, which was seized by the Office in July 2017, will now be returned to the Republic of Lebanon pursuant to a court order.
Maurice, a retired analytical chemist, decided to make the jump after Anthony Ribouton, owner of the Bull's Head at Blackmoorfoot, completed a solo jump for charity last year.
Officers were called to The Bull's Head, in Brinklow, after a dispute broke out.
April 6 (SeeNews) - Austrian energy drink maker Red Bull GmbH does not plan to take over English second-division club Leeds United, Red Bull's head of global football Oliver Mintzlaff told news agency DPA, refuting media rumours.
Group left no stone unturned to topple the bull and finally they managed to do it, but at that time, a man, who keeping the bull's head came to full nelson when bull toppled down.
The preservationist, Adam Woodward explained that after the English had marched up the Bowery and out of the city in 1783, George Washington and Governor George Clinton had stopped at the Bull's Head tavern, CBS News reported.
The Loft, at Ye Olde Bull's Head Inn, Beaumaris, was crowned the top eating place across the country and has also been awarded three rosettes.
Anderson's Bar and Grill, in St Paul's Square and a favourite of the city's business community, is launching a second restaurant at the historic Bull's Head pub in Wootton Wawen, Henley-in-Arden.
You have had experience of the old established Bull's Head stringy fowls, with lower extremities like wooden legs sticking up out of the dish.
Andrew Charlesworth took over at the Bull's Head in North Skelton earlier this year and is making the most of music nights to help turn the tide on the once-failing pub.