Hydria

Hy'dri·a noun [ Latin , from Greek ....] (Gr. Antiq.) A water jar; esp., one with a large rounded body, a small neck, and three handles. Some of the most beautiful Greek vases are of this form.
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Hydria

• (n.) A water jar; esp., one with a large rounded body, a small neck, and three handles. Some of the most beautiful Greek vases are of this form.
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hydria

large water vessel in Greek pottery of the Archaic period (c. 750–c. 480 ) and the Classical period (c. 480–c. 330 ). It is found in both the ... [1 related articles]
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hydria

hydria (hī'drēu) , ancient Greek water jar with three handles—two lateral for lifting, a third vertical for pouring. In shape it was similar to the amphora, the early form having a narrower shoulder, while a later one, called the kalpis, was curved at the shoulder and had a sma...
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