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  • noun A maker of bronze articles.


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bronze +‎ smith


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  • The unique look of the protomes stems from a combination of feline, canine and equine elements, all brought together by the imagination of the bronzesmith to create an original representation of a lion.

    Ancient History For Collectors

  • As he stared at it, he marveled at the skill of the bronzesmith.

    Lord of the Silver Bow

  • He delivered the abbot's message to Niall the bronzesmith word for word, expecting and receiving instant agreement, carried the satisfactory answer back, and promptly forgot the tenant's face.

    The Rose Rent

  • A lower wall on the opposite side of the road closed in the yard where Niall the bronzesmith had his shop and workshop, and beyond lay the substantial and well-built house with its large garden, and a small field of grazing land behind.

    The Rose Rent

  • Niall the bronzesmith could have provided the portrait for them all.

    The Rose Rent

  • When I ordered my ship fresh-painted, a new awning, a fanciful gryphon beak from the bronzesmith, I saw smiles sometimes, but did not care.

    The Bull From The Sea

  • It must have been at this time that the bronzesmith in

    Babylonians and Assyrians, Life and Customs

  • “I went down into the lower town, seeking a bronzesmith who could repair my breastplate.

    Lord of the Silver Bow


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