Tondo

(from the article `Manila`) ...divisions comprised of 14 districts. The districts developed from the original fortress city of Intramuros (Within Walls) and the 13 villages ...
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tondo

a circular painting, relief carving, plaque, or mural design. The tondo, which became popular in Italy during the 15th century, was derived from ...
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tondo

tondo (s), tondi (pl) (and sometimes), tondos 1. A circular painting or relief carving. 2. A round painting, relief, or similar work of art. 3. Etymology: Italian, short for rotondo, 'round', from Latin rotundus.
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Tondo

A tondo is a painting or carving in relief within a circular shape.
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tondo

Circle-shaped work of art. Roundel. The word is derived from the Italian word rotondo.
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Tondo

[art] A tondo (plural `tondi` or `tondos`) is a Renaissance term for a circular work of art, either a painting or a sculpture. The word derives from the Italian rotondo, `round.` The term is usually not used in English for small round paintings, but only those over about 60 cm (two feet) in diameter, thus excluding many round portrait minia...
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Tondo

A circular panel, plaque, relief or stretched canvas (from Latin rotundus
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tondo

circular painting or relief carving
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