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amphora
American English: /ˈæmfərə/
, /æmˈfɔrə/
British English: /ˈamf(ə)rə/

Translation of amphora in Spanish:

noun plural -ras or -raePronunciation: /-riː/

  • Example sentences
    • The relative sequences for fine wares, lamps, amphoras, cooking pots, and plain wares can be clearly established, and general trends have become apparent.
    • The unburned pots include a neck-handled amphora, a cup, three small jugs, and a pyxis; a bronze pin lay around the shoulder of the urn on the east and south and a gold ring was found on bedrock in the southern half of the urn-hole.
    • The large pottery vessels known as amphorae are among the most common finds from the Roman period in excavations, both on land and under the sea.
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