A fairly large, duck-like waterbird having dark, bluish-purple plumage and red legs.
a stylized cross; also, the third item in a series or system of classification
a wreath, especially one of plaited flowers or leaves, worn on the body or draped as a decoration
the name for the language of the ancient Celtic peoples who inhabited modern France and Belgium at the time of Ptolemaic Egypt (323 to 30 BC)
a preparation of plaster of Paris and glue used as a base for low relief or as a surface for painting
A vase that is characteristically black-glazed, with red, white and yellow decoration applied to its surface
of or relating to Gnosticism, a belief that held that spirit is good, matter is evil, salvation consists in deliverance of the spirit from matter, and salvation is achieved by means of a secret or higher knowledge
Gobelin is the name of a French tapestry that flourished during the seventeenth century AD. The name comes from a dye works founded in the mid-fifteenth century by Jean Gobelin.
An ornamental border formed of two or more curved bands that interlace to repeat a circular design.