- n. Plural form of tessera.
“The 64-year-old mosaicist fashions the tiny glass pieces known as tesserae into remarkable artworks.”
“(also called tesserae), and gluing them into place.”
“However, archaeological indicators for actual villas (such as tesserae, crustae, hypocaust tiles or window glass) were not retrieved.”
“A mosaic consists of bits that, taken alone, don't mean much: put those individual tesserae , or tiles, together, and you can have a work of art.”
“But he did not hesitate, and when they reached her room — whose walls were a mosaic of sea creatures composed of mint green, white, and brown tesserae — he entered along with her and closed the door behind him.”
“I just noticed your blog has a subtitle "Tessera are the small pieces that make up a mosaic" which first rang a bell and immediately afterwards set off my grammar nazi alarm bell, as I remembered that 'tessera' is a singular and the plural would be 'tesserae'.”
“Drabkin also experimented with tesserae, creating a series of mosaic panels on biblical themes.”
“Lyrical and elegant a prose stylist as he was, he never compromised the rigorous precision of his observations; he saw clearly, and described vividly what he saw, from the movement of raindrops down a window ( "the window screen, like a sampler half-stitched, or a crossword puzzle invisibly solved, was inlaid erratically with minute, translucent tesserae of rain") to the effects of the '70s energy crisis on the lives of average Americans.”
“As for the other colours of the floor locally quarried chert was used for the purple, yellow and coral red tesserae.”
“Most remarkable was the use of fragments of an inscription as tesserae.”
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