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bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22

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 A kalathos is a vase in the form of a top hat, used to hold wool or fruit, often used in ancient Greek art as a symbol of abundance and fertility. Wikipedia

bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22     •     Categories: 古希腊艺术

  卡拉索斯

卡拉索斯(英语:Kalathos)是一种形状如大礼帽的古希腊花瓶,用来装羊毛与水果,经常被古希腊人当做生育的象征。 Wikipedia

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一种形状如大礼帽的古希腊花瓶 Wikidata

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bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22     •     Categories: Ancient Greek pot shapes

  Kalathos · Calathus

A kalathos is a vase in the form of a top hat, used to hold wool or fruit, often used in ancient Greek art as a symbol of abundance and fertility. Wikipedia

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Type of ancient greek craftmanship, so often of pottery Wikidata

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bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22     •     Categories: Récipient

  Calathos · Calathus · Kalathos

Un calathos est, dans l'Antiquité classique, une corbeille faite de jonc ou d'osier entrelacé, qui avait la forme d'un calice étroit à sa base, s'évasant graduellement et à large ouverture. Wikipedia

bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22     •     Categories: Griechische Vasenform, Trinkgefäß, Kult der Athene

  Kalathos · Kalathoi

Kalathos, der lilienförmige Arbeitskorb der griechischen Frauen, aus unterschiedlichen Materialien wie Ton, Holz, Edelmetall. Wikipedia

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bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22

 No term available

 A kalathos is a vase in the form of a top hat, used to hold wool or fruit, often used in ancient Greek art as a symbol of abundance and fertility. Wikipedia

bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22

 No term available

 A kalathos is a vase in the form of a top hat, used to hold wool or fruit, often used in ancient Greek art as a symbol of abundance and fertility. Wikipedia

bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22

 No term available

 A kalathos is a vase in the form of a top hat, used to hold wool or fruit, often used in ancient Greek art as a symbol of abundance and fertility. Wikipedia

bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22

 No term available

 A kalathos is a vase in the form of a top hat, used to hold wool or fruit, often used in ancient Greek art as a symbol of abundance and fertility. Wikipedia

MATERIAL USED
bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22

 No term available

 A kalathos is a vase in the form of a top hat, used to hold wool or fruit, often used in ancient Greek art as a symbol of abundance and fertility. Wikipedia

bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22     •     Categories: Сосуды Древней Греции

  Калаф

Калаф (лат. Wikipedia

bn:02935880n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/11/22     •     Categories: Arte ibérico, Cestas, Vasijas, Mitología griega...

  Cálato · calato · Kalathoi · kalathos · kálathos

Cálato es una vasija greco-ibera cuyo nombre hace referencia a la especie de cesta que Proserpina lleva en la cabeza, semejante a las utilizadas por los griegos para coger flores, y en alusión a la que portaba la diosa cuando fue raptada por Plutón. Wikipedia

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卡拉索斯
kalathos, calathus
calathos, calathus, kalathos
kalathos, kalathoi
калаф
cálato, calato, kalathos, kálathoskalathoi

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