Menant sentence example
- Menant have done useful work in distinguishing word-groups, and have essayed partial interpretations.
- See Layard, Ninevah and its Remains (London, 1850); Menant, Les Ye'zidis (Paris, 1892).
- Smith, 438), and one is tempted to compare the use of masks elsewhere in animal worship. Next, one may observe upon old Babylonian seals, eagle-headed deities with short feathered skirts attended by human beings similarly arrayed (Ball, 151) or figures draped in a fish skin (Menant, Rev. de l'hist.