I`so*ceph"a*lism (?), n. [From Gr. like-headed. See Iso-, and Cephalon.] Art

A peculiarity in the design of bas-relief by which the heads of human figures are kept at the same height from the ground, whether the personages are seated, standing, or mounted on horseback; -- called also isokephaleia.


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