Definition of Amphoras

1. Noun. (plural of amphora) ¹



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Definition of Amphoras

1. amphora [n] - See also: amphora

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amphoras

ampholyte
ampholyte mixtures
ampholytes
ampholytic
amphomycin
amphopeptone
amphopeptones
amphophil granule
amphophile
amphophilic
amphophilous
amphora
amphorae
amphoral
amphoralike
amphoras (current term)
amphoric
amphoric rale
amphoric resonance
amphoric respiration
amphoric voice
amphoriloquy
amphorophony
amphostat B
amphoteric
amphoteric electrolyte
amphoteric element
amphoteric reaction
amphotericin
amphotericin B

Literary usage of Amphoras

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1. Debris from a Public Dining Place in the Athenian Agora by Susan I. Rotroff, John Howard Oakley (1992)
"TRANSPORT amphoras The majority of transport amphoras in H 4:5 are of unknown type and too fragmentary to warrant publication. ..."

2. Corinth: The Centenary, 1896-1996 by Charles K. Williams, Nancy Bookidis (2003)
"Moreover, the few examples of Mañá-Pascual A4 amphoras then known from the ... Note that mid-Sth-century Corinthian B amphoras from El Cerro Macareno are ..."

3. A LM Ia Ceramic Kiln in South-Central Crete: Function and Pottery Production by Joseph W. Shaw (2001)
"Wasters of collar-necked jugs (C 10602, С 10611), ewer (C 10300), oval-mouthed amphoras (C 10018, С 10138, С 10279), pithos (С 10283). ..."

4. Hellenistic Pottery: The Plain Wares by Susan I. Rotroff (2006)
"MINIATURE amphoras (525-531) Fig. 68, PL 58 7 inventoried examples (8 in deposit sample) Small or miniature amphoras, ranging in height from ca. ..."

5. The Greek Coins by John H. Kroll (1993)
"All amphoras probably functioned much as did jugs, that is as pouring vessels ... amphoras (Form XVI): type 1, type 2 I Form: The basic form consists of a ..."

6. Fortified Military Camps in Attica by James R. McCreide (1966)
"It was at first thought possible that the amphoras, which were much more numerous on the ... So many amphoras with a fairly narrow range of date would ..."

7. Archaic Corinthian Pottery and the Anaploga Well by Darrell Arlynn Amyx, Patricia Lawrence (1975)
"Parts of pitchers, amphoras, and hydrias are plentiful throughout, with fragments of cooking pots and mortar-basins in modest quantities. ..."

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