Bracteate

• (a.) Having a bract or bracts.
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bracteate

(from the article `coin`) ...the right of coinage to various ecclesiastical foundations. Bern was allowed a mint by the emperor Frederick II in 1218, and other towns and ... ...not easily be obtained by one blow; hence there evolved a method of striking one half of the coin with a slightly inclined upper die, which was ... [2 related...
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bracteate

bracted adjective having bracts
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Bracteate

Brac'te·ate adjective [ Confer L. bracteatus covered with gold plate.] (Botany) Having a bract or bracts.
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Bracteate

A very thin medieval European coin with the design impressed on one side showing through to the other side.
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bracteate

Bearing bracts.
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Bracteate

having bracts
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Bracteate

having bracts
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bracteate

thin beaten plate of gold or silver
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bracteate

thin, gold, disk-shaped pendant peculiar to early Scandinavian civilizations. Bracteates were produced by first carving the design in relief on some ...
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bracteate

[adj] - having bracts
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