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ste·la / ˈstēlə/ • n. (pl. -lae / -ˌlē/ ) Archaeol. an upright stone slab or column typically bearing a commemorative inscription or relief design, often serving as a gravestone.

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stela

stela an upright stone slab or column typically bearing a commemorative inscription or relief design, often serving as a gravestone.

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