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trophy

1. in ancient Greece and Rome
a. a memorial to a victory, usually consisting of captured arms raised on the battlefield or in a public place
b. a representation of such a memorial
2. an ornamental carving that represents a group of weapons, etc.

Trophy

A sculptural composition of arms and armor as an emblem of, or a memorial to, victorious battles or triumphant military figures.

trophy

A sculptured composition of arms and armor as an emblem of, or a memorial to, victorious battles or triumphant military figures.