Definition of Hydriae

1. hydria [n] - See also: hydria



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydriae

hydrazonoic
hydrazonoic acid
hydrazonoyl
hydrazonyl
hydrazos
hydremia
hydremias
hydrencephalocele
hydrencephaloid
hydrencephalomeningocele
hydrencephalus
hydrencephsloid
hydria
hydriad
hydriads
hydriae (current term)
hydriatric
hydric
hydric acid
hydric soil
hydricity
hydrid
hydride
hydride ion
hydrides
hydridic
hydriding
hydridized
hydrido
hydrido complex

Literary usage of Hydriae

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1. History of Ancient Pottery: Greek, Etruscan, and Roman by Henry Beauchamp Walters, Samuel Birch (1905)
"... hydriae — Other Ionic fabrics—"Pontic" vases—Early painting in Ionia—Clazomenae sarcophagi. HAVING traced the history of vase-painting in Greece Proper ..."

2. History of Ancient Pottery, Greek, Etrusean, and Roman by Henry Beauchamp Walters, Samuel Birch (1905)
"... hydriae—Other Ionic fabrics—"Pontic" vases—Early painting in Ionia—Clazomenae sarcophagi. HAVING traced the history of vase-painting in Greece Proper ..."

3. A Guide to the Sculptures of the Parthenon in the British Museum by Arthur Hamilton Smith (1908)
"It will be observed that, with few exceptions, the amphorae and hydriae are divided by the central gangway into two well-marked classes : (1) In Cases 18-32 ..."

4. A Guide to the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities in the British Museum by Arthur Hamilton Smith (1908)
"It will be observed that, with few exceptions, the amphorae and hydriae are divided by the central gangway into two well-marked classes : (1) In Cases 18-32 ..."

5. Masterpieces of Greek Sculpture: A Series of Essays on the History of Art by Adolf Furtwängler (1895)
"It is exactly akin to the Attic hydriae of about 440 uc The Berlin hydria (No. 3164) with Zeus and lo is somewhat later, and may be grouped with Attic ..."

6. Transactions of the Department of Archaeology, Free Museum of Science and Art by University of Pennsylvania, University Museum (1905)
"332) which has some analogies with the hydriae from Csere, but it lacks the decoration on the foot. So far as we can see, however, there js no reason why ..."

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