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crater

 [kra´ter]
an excavated area surrounded by an elevated margin, such as is caused by ulceration.

cra·ter

(krā'ter),
The most depressed, usually central portion of an ulcer.
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1-6), are certainly the primary type of cinerary containers, although at least some Greek bell kraters were also adopted for this purpose (Correia, 1928: 172-174).
On the Stanford krater, Dionysos holds a thrysos, a common attribute for the god of wine in Athenian vase-painting, and this highlights another difference from his portrayal on Makron's Triptolemos skyphos.
170 auf der Welt bekannten Krater gezahlt werden, zumindest was dessen Geologie und Geomorphologie betrifft (Veski et al.
This approach has worked particularly well for Italy and played a crucial role in the return of the Euphronious Krater and the Weary Hercules.
The painter who created the krater on this month's cover was named after Sappho, the famous poet of antiquity, a popular subject for artistic representation.
"The vase illustrates the Apotheosis of Homer, the images taken from an engraving published by D'Hancarville after a Greek red-figured krater in the collection of Sir William Hamilton, the great English collector of classical antiquities," Martin notes.
Bu ardisik uygulamada oncelikle argon laser ile iris dokusunda 2/3 derinlige inen krater olusturulur ve sonra olusturulan bu kraterin ortasina Nd:YAG laser uygulanarak iridotomi tamamlanir.
The vessel displays obvious Greek influences in the adaptation of the forms of the amphora and the krater and the narrative embellished on the neck of the vessel.
(40) The two figures occupy the same position, and the conclusion is that the Prometheus krater follows Andromeda's more common iconography.
I was now dependent on museum signs as I studied a white-ground krater