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 What Planet is This? - Gægogæ Mægæ Medu
Undley Bracteate, as it's now known, dates from c.475 AD, around the time when the Angles were invading Britain from their Schleswig-Holstein homelands.
All of the gold bracteates made between the 5th and 7th centuries were amulets, fashioned with eyelets so that they could be worn around the neck, and created by Germanic migrants.
The Undley Bracteate is a type A, which means that as well as the inscription it shows the face of a human and is modelled after an antique Roman coin.
inamidst.com /notes/undley   (763 words)

  
 The Middle Ages - Coins: 4_pfennig_209   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The technique of carving ornamental linear patterns on the obverse in high relief and on the reverse in low relief into sheet gold, silver and copper was also applied in minting.
Bracteates are the oddest and most interesting phenomenon in minting in the German Middle Ages.
In the 12th and 13th centuries bracteates were used by the population as coins for everyday use on the local markets.
www.moneymuseum.com /standard_etage_2_english/raeume/mittelalter/muenzen/pfennig/4_pfennig_209/content.html   (129 words)

  
 Home|Collections|Coin Cabinet|Middle Ages|Penny (Bracteate)
It was not unusual for them to be run jointly by an ecclesiastical and a secular prince, such as a bishop and an emperor or an abbot and a governor.
The high quality of the die-cutting places the bracteates in the ranks of the most important small works of Romanesque art.
The centre of bracteate minting was to be found in the east- and the middle-German areas.
www.khm.at /staticE/page630.html   (225 words)

  
 Antibacterial activity of leaf extracts of Aristolochia bracteate retz Manikandar RV, Selvamani P, Latha S - Indian J ...
Aristolochia bracteate Retz, family, Aristolochiaceae is a common annual herb widely distributed in India and widely used in indigenous system of medicine.
In the indigenous system of medicine, it is reported that, the decoction of the leaves were used for treating skin diseases, rheumatism and as analgesic[1],[2].
Shade dried coarsely powdered leaves of Aristolochia bracteate (0.5 kg) was subjected to successive extraction with petroleum ether (80°), chloroform (50.5-51.5°) and alcohol (54-55.5°) for 24-36 h using a Soxhlet extractor separately.
www.ijpsonline.com /article.asp?issn=0250-474X;year=2006;volume=68;issue=4;spage=509;epage=510;aulast=Manikandar   (765 words)

  
 Sherardia arvensis page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The margin of the leaf translucent at least at the apex (use a lens to see).
Bracts subtending the flowers foliaceous, accrescent, lanceolate, 3-nerved, to 8mm long and 3mm broad in fruit, strigose externally, glabrous internally.
The plant, at first glance, appears to be in the genus Galium but its purplish flowers, funnelform corolla and bracteate inflorescences separate it from that genus.
www.missouriplants.com /Pinkopp/Sherardia_arvensis_page.html   (249 words)

  
 BUXACEAE [Draft]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Flower small unisexual, monoecious, inflorescence axillary or terminal, racemose, spicate or conferted into capitate; several bracteate; female flower solitary in apex, male flowers several inserted in mid-lower part; male: sepals 4, 2 series; stamens 4, antisepalous; sterile pistil 1; female: sepals 6; ovary 3-locular, styles 3, free, stigma often decurrent.
Inflorescence axillary and terminal, capitate, rachis 3–4 mm long, puberulous; bracteate ovate, 2.5–3 mm long, puberulous; male flower 8–10; pedicel 0.5–1 mm long; outer sepals ovate, inner sepals suborbicular, 2–3 mm long, glabrous, reddish brown or light yellow in dried state; sterile pistil ca.
Inflorescence axillary or terminal, capitate, rachis pubescent; bracteate ovate, 1–2 mm long, acute; male flowers 8–12; pedicel 0.4 mm long; sepals ovate, 1.8–2 mm long, bracteate and sepals reddish brown interrupted striate; stamens 4–5 mm long; sterile pistil slender, gynophore terete, apex inflated, 1.4–1.8 mm long, subequal sepals in length; female flower: sepals ovate-oblong, ca.
flora.huh.harvard.edu /china/mss/volume11/Buxaceae-MO_edited.htm   (5732 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The coins have a helmeted head of the emperor on the obverse and Romulus and Remus being suckled by a wolf on the reverse, which the maker of this bracteate has conflated.
The runes are Anglo-Frisian and it is likely that the bracteate was made in Schleswig-Holstein or southern Scandinavia and brought to England by an Anglian settler.
Short runic inscriptions such as this are typical of the use and extent of writing in the pre-literate Germanic societies.
www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk /compass/ixbin/print?OBJ3861   (233 words)

  
 Melastomataceae   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Peduncles are either absent or are well developed and are found either solitary or arranged in fascicules at the base of the leaves.
Flowers are usually pedicelate with bracts and bracteoles that are usually present.
The petals are either blue or white with 8 equal stamens that is composed of axe-shaped anthers.
pages.intnet.mu /nathraj/mela.html   (428 words)

  
 Tunsberg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The hypothesis is based on the occurrence of the letter T as a motif on bracteates.
It is not clear, however, whether these bracteate letters indicate the mint, the issuing authority or something else.
The trouble with this is that the imprints are of the letter S and not T, as many had hoped and expected to find in Tønsberg.
www.dokpro.uio.no /umk_eng/myntsted/tunsb.html   (158 words)

  
 Runic inscriptions in Sweden
The runes are all turned the right way, the rune ŋ is some different against the one on the Kylver-stone, and important is, that the Kylver-stones rune p here been replaced of b, which was preserved for a long time.
Magic runes are often assumed on the gold bracteates, which was worn as decorations and often as protection objects or amulets.
But the incomprehensibility can also derive from the fact, that the bracteates is imitations of Roman coins; first was copied the Latin inscriptions, often partially incorrect, in next stage was replaced with the runic alike signs and finally with the true runes, however without sense, which in another viewers went over to magic runes.
www.runor.se /eng/eng06.htm   (431 words)

  
 Bracteate [Scandinavian] (2001.583) | Object Page | Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Bracteates likely derived from Roman/Byzantine portrait medallions, presented by the emperor to forge personal and political alliances.
Here, however, the imperial image has been transformed into a depiction of what is probably a god from the Nordic pantheon, his oversized face balanced atop a galloping horse with horns.
With their skillful workmanship and allusions to the Roman/Byzantine world, gold bracteates conveyed both the sophisticated taste and high social status of their owners, who wore them as fine jewelry and hoarded them as treasure.
www.metmuseum.org /toah/ho/06/eue/hod_2001.583.htm   (163 words)

  
 Momordica balsamina
Male flowers prominently bracteate (subtended by a leaflet), bract ± ovate, to 18 mm long, pallid, green-veined, calyx green to purplish-fl, corolla white to yellow, apricot or orange, green-veined, with grey, brownish or fl spots near the bases of the three inner petals, 10-20 mm long, anthers orange.
Fruit spindle shaped, dark green with 9 or 10 regular or irregular rows of cream or yellowish short blunt spines, ripening to bright orange or red, 25-60 mm long, opening automatically more or less irregularly into three valves that curl back (also opens when the tip is touched).
They are recognized by the seeds that are always enveloped in bright red pulp and by the often prominent bracts subtending the male flowers.
www.plantzafrica.com /plantklm/momordbalsam.htm   (945 words)

  
 Viking Pendants from Denmark and Sweden 04   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Bracteate found at Broholm, Fyn, part of a treasure find made in 1833.
A bracteate is a thin disc, worn as jewelry in Scandinavia in Viking and pre-Viking ages.
Gold bracteate from Darum in Ribe Country, Denmark.
www.nordicarts.com /viking_pendants_04_HUB.htm   (451 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Bracteate: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The gold bracteates from sixth century Anglo-Saxon graves in Kent by Sonia Chadwick Hawkes (Unknown Binding - 1981)
The inscription on the Undley bracteate and the beginnings of English runic writing (Umeå papers in English) by Bengt Odenstedt (Unknown Binding - 1983)
Bracteole A bract borne on a secondary axis...
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=Bracteate&tag=httpexplaguid-20&index=books&link_code=qs&page=1   (492 words)

  
 Blueberry_Picture_Monograph
The flowers are small, nearly globose, reddish-white, in loose, slender, lateral, bracteate racemes; the bracts are oblong or linear, rather deciduous, and shorter than the pedicels; the pedicels are from 5 to 10 lines long, slender, drooping and bracteate near the middle.
The flowers are reddish, tinged with green, or yellowish-purple, in lateral, secund, dense, corymbose racemes, small and drooping; the pedicels are about the length of the flowers, and sub-bracteolated; the bracts and bractlets are reddish, small, and deciduous.
The corolla is ovoid-conic, at length subcampanulate, 5-angled, contracted at the mouth, longer than the stamens, shorter than the style.
www.herbdatanz.com /blueberry_picture_monograph.htm   (632 words)

  
 NPWRC :: Aquatic and Wetland Vascular Plants
Inflorescence of 1 or 2 terminal blossoms or of few to many flowers in a terminal bracteate spike or raceme.
The second largest family (or largest by some estimates) of vascular plants, with most representatives occurring in the tropics where many grow as epiphytes.
Flowers few to many (2-12 in Liparis) in a bracteate spike or raceme, the lip not inflated.
www.npwrc.usgs.gov /resource/plants/vascplnt/famorchi.htm   (229 words)

  
 'Uncle Derek Says' - Neoregelia 'Plutonis'/'Proserpine'
If you remove the bottom scape bracts you will find a space, or internode, between it and the next one up.
You then come to a floral bracts, one per flower as in C. All these bracts are greenish as in the description.
The centre leaves in A are of course next to the inflorescence and therefore the bracts - and presumably could be called "bracteate leaves".
fcbs.org /butcher/Neo_Plutonis-Proserpine.htm   (829 words)

  
 Gold bracteate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This early and unique bracteate was a stray find made by a farmer in Suffolk.
J. Hines and B. Odemstedt, 'The Undley bracteate and its runic inscription', Studien zur Sachsenforschungen, 6 (1987), pp.
S.E. West, 'Gold bracteate from Undley, Suffolk', Frühmittelalterliche Studien, 17 (1983), p.
www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk /compass/ixbin/goto?id=OBJ3861   (285 words)

  
 Trigonotis in Flora of China @ efloras.org
Stems single or several and cespitose, erect to diffuse, hispid or pilose, rarely glabrous.
Cymes solitary or dichotomously branched, ebracteate or lower pedicels bracteate, rarely all bracteate (flowers extra-axillary).
Nutlets with adaxial bottom surfaces and abaxial ones usually arcuate-convex, adaxial bottom surface smaller, 2 lateral surfaces equal in size; inflorescences bracteate at least basally.
www.efloras.org /florataxon.aspx?flora_id=2&taxon_id=133653   (675 words)

  
 NPWRC :: Aquatic and Wetland Vascular Plants
Flowers single or few clustered in leaf axils or in terminal, bracteate, spikelike inflorescences, subsessile or short-pedicelled, subtended by a pair of small bracteoles on the pedicels, these sometimes deciduous with age.
Flowers 6-merous, in terminal, bracteate, spikelike inflorescences; calyx tube cylindrical; plants perennial.
Leaves of middle and upper stem attenuate at the base; flowers solitary in the axils.
www.npwrc.usgs.gov /resource/plants/vascplnt/famlythr.htm   (143 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Bracteate
The typology for bracteates divides them into several letter-named categories, a system introduced in an 1855 treatise by the Danish numismatist Christian Jürgensen Thomsen named Om Guldbracteatene og Bracteaternes tidligeste Brug som Mynt and finally defined formally by the Swedish numismatist Oscar Montelius in his 1869 treatise Från jernåldern:
Vendel period bracteates on Gotland : on the significance of Germanic art.
Era of the Great Migrations, 375 BC - 550 AD, Bracteate
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Bracteate   (726 words)

  
 Eryngium yuccifolium page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The bracts subtending each cyme division lanceolate and foliate, reduced upwards.
Individual florets sessile, subtended by one chaffy bract.
Chaff glabrous, acute, partially enclosing the floret, to 1cm long, glabrous.
www.missouriplants.com /Whitealt/Eryngium_yuccifolium_page.html   (208 words)

  
 Spinach
The plants are similar in characteristics, usually having alternate and simple leaves.
The inflorescence is cymose, often bracteate, and flowers are small and inconspicuous.
Many of the plants in this family are thought to have originated in southwestern Asia and were introduced into Europe in the Middle ages.
www.uga.edu /vegetable/spinach.html   (2436 words)

  
 Walh Information - Online Prescription Medication Directory
brass replica of the Tjurkö Bracteate showing the attestation of the name Walha
It is attested in the Roman Iron Age Tjurkö Bracteate inscription as walhakurne, probably "welsh crown" for "Roman coin", i.e.
The term was used by the ancient germanic peoples to describe the inhabitants of the former Roman Empire, which were largely romanised and spoke Latin or Celtic languages.
www.prescriptiondrug-info.com /drug_information_online.asp?title=Walh   (202 words)

  
 bracteate - French-English Dictionary WordReference.com
We found no French translation for 'bracteate' in our English to French Dictionary.
Look for a definition in our English Dictionary.
Forum discussions with the word(s) 'bracteate' in the title:
www.wordreference.com /enfr/bracteate   (54 words)

  
 'Uncle Derek Says' - Neoregelia 'Ferris'
plutonis as differing from the species by having the inner bracteate leaves a dull red.
Did she mean floral bracts, scape bracts, or bracteate leaves?
You need to remove the inflorescence to find out the colour of the bracts so we can only assume she means the inner leaf colouring!
fcbs.org /butcher/N_Ferris.htm   (402 words)

  
 First Period Inscriptions
Moltke gives the same runic inscription with the comment, "doubtless a doubled protective word.
This one is called the Sjaelland bracteate by Moltke who translates farauisa as ‘one who is wise about dangers.’
It ends therefore by a Futhark (where we can see that Othala precedes Dagaz) and where the three "aetts" are very well marked.
www.nordic-life.org /nmh/Krause2.htm   (3671 words)

  
 bracteate definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta
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with bracts: describes a plant that has bracts
encarta.msn.com /dictionary_1861592317/bracteate.html   (83 words)

  
 Momordiaca charantia
Male flowers solitary, glabours peduncles which are hairy, Corolla yellow, Female flowers bracteate or ebracteate
Monoecious, all solitary; Male flowers on slender, filiform peduncles, glabrous or somewhat hairy towards apex, corolla pale yellow; Female flowers on ebracteate or bracteate penducles
Bright orange coloured, 5-15 cm long, fusiform, ribbed, with numerous triangular tubercles giving it the appearance of crocodile skin
www.hort.purdue.edu /newcrop/CropFactSheets/karela.html   (394 words)

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