statuary

The Romans loved statuary. It was used in architecture and to commemorate gods, famous or beloved people, and mythological events. The Romans closely copied the Greeks when it came to sculpture and many Roman statues were copies of earlier Greek ones. However, the Romans never had quite the skill of their Greek predecessors.
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Statuary

• (n.) The art of carving statues or images as representatives of real persons or things; a branch of sculpture. • (n.) A collection of statues; statues, collectively. • (n.) One who practices the art of making statues.
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statuary

adjective of or relating to or suitable for statues
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Statuary

Stat'u·a·ry noun ; plural Statuaries . [ Latin statuarius , noun , from statuarius , adjective , of or belonging to statues, from statua statue: confer French statuaire . See Statue .] 1. One who practices the art of making statues. «...
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statuary

of, pertaining to or suitable for sculpture
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statuary

[adj] - of or relating to or suitable for statues 2. [n] - statues collectively
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