Definition of Daedalic in English:

Daedalic

Line breaks: Dae|dal¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˈdiːdəlɪk
 
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adjective

Relating to or denoting an ancient Greek (chiefly Dorian) sculptural style of the 7th century bc.
More example sentences
  • This statue is an example of Daedalic art, characterized by its triangular head and flat face.
  • This Daedalic style had flourished from the second quarter of the seventh century to its end.
  • The two statues themselves are dated as early 6th century BC, which was the time of transition from Daedalic to early Archaiac art.

Origin

from the name Daedalus + -ic.

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