incised slab. Slab of stone with a design cut into its surface, commonly a funerary monument featuring human figures representing effigies, inscriptions, emblems, etc., the incised work often enhanced with black or coloured filling. A variation is a more comprehensive series of indents filled with brass or latten sheets cut to fit and themselves incised and inlaid.
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