n. pl. stam·noi (-noi)
A two-handled jar having a broad round shape, a short neck, and a wide mouth, used by the ancient Greeks and Romans for storing and mixing liquids.
[Greek; see stā- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]
(click for a larger image)stamnos
c. 440-430 bc Greek stamnos
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