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- Though the name is derived from the Greek obeliskos, meaning 'a small spit',. tall, tapered, four-sided monolith with a pyramid-shaped peak, associated with the power of the sun god; most were carved from pink granite quarried in Aswan and were either capped or clad entirely in electrum to reflect the rays of the sun.
- Vertical stone pillar of needle shape with pyramidion on the top Its origin ties it to the Egyptian sun cult They are always carved from a single stone The tapered top part of them were usually covered with gold or electrum.
- A tapering four-sided pillar made of stone It is said that some of the obelisk at the Temple of Karnek were plated in gold, to catch the sun's rays.
- An upright, four-sided pillar, gradually tapering as it rises, and ending in a pyramid called a pyramidion.
- A tapering, four-sided pillar of stone which was usually inscribed with hieroglyphs to honour a pharaoh Most were made of granite The biggest Egyptian obelisk now stands in Rome and is nearly 31 metres tall The biggest still in Egypt is 29 5 metres high and is estimated to weigh over 300 tonnes. an upright, four-sided, tapered pillar that terminates in a pyramid; it may be inscribed or plain, and it is often placed prominently in the center of a pool, at the crown of a hill, or at the end of a terrace walk.
- An upright 4-sided usually monolithic pillar that gradually tapers as it rises and terminates in a pyramid.
- a stone pillar having a rectangular cross section tapering towards a pyramidal top. a character used in printing to indicate a cross reference or footnote.
- To mark or designate with an obelisk. a stone pillar having a rectangular cross section tapering towards a pyramidal top.
- See Dagger, n., 2.
- Egyptian obelisks are commonly covered with hieroglyphic writing from top to bottom.
- It is ordinarily monolithic.
- An upright, four- sided pillar, gradually tapering as it rises, and terminating in a pyramid called pyramidion.