perishable materials

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  • They would therefore make most of their images of wood -- a perishable material. Cited from The Religion of the Ancient Celts, by J. A. MacCulloch
  • Perhaps the earlier temple was one of wood and other perishable materials.
  • The areas between these larger groups contained houses made from perishable materials that are no longer easy to see.
  • Whatever the case it is sure they were written on perishable material.
  • Formerly it had a roof made of perishable materials; now only the stone walls remain.
  • They wrote on perishable materials, such as large leaves, and also created inscriptions in stone.
  • The disappearance of these would be explained if they were made of perishable material. Cited from The Religion of the Ancient Celts, by J. A. MacCulloch
  • Inhabitants lived at ground level in houses made of perishable materials, and had still not developed extensive trade networks.
  • Not many boards survive because of the perishable materials used in their construction.
  • Items made of perishable materials, such as wood, for the most part have not survived.
  • Tablewares made of perishable materials, like wood, may have been even more widespread.
  • They are supposed, however, to have been generally formed of more perishable materials, of wood or straw. Cited from History Of The Conquest Of Peru, by Wm H. Prescott
  • The demons themselves could have no permanent hold on the perishable materials. Cited from A Strange Story, by E. B. Lytton, Vol. 4
  • Non-religious buildings such as dwellings were constructed of perishable materials such as wood, and so have not survived.
  • Ice blocks are then transported into the hotel, where selected artists start creating the art and design of the perishable material.
  • At the period of their migration in search of food, they will devour any perishable materials within their reach. Cited from Observations on the Mussulmauns of India, by Mrs. Meer Hassan Ali
  • They think it impious to make images of gods in human shape out of perishable materials. Cited from Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II, by Caius Cornelius Tacitus
  • The structures themselves were made of perishable materials built over stone basal foundations.
  • Most writing would have been on perishable materials, such as papyrus.
  • These early peoples lacked a writing system, and made works on perishable materials, so few records of them exist from this time.
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