amphorae amphorae  /ˈæm fə ˌri/


  • (n) an ancient jar with two handles and a narrow neck; used to hold oil or wine


  • It had a cargo of 10,000 amphorae filled with Greek and Roman wine, and a great store of black dinnerware of untold value to modern archaeologists.
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