Definition of Alabastra. Meaning of Alabastra. Synonyms of Alabastra

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Definition of Alabastra

Alabastra
Alabastrum Al`a*bas"trum, n.; pl. Alabastra. [NL.] (Bot.) A flower bud. --Gray.

Meaning of Alabastra from wikipedia

- alabastron /ˌæləˈbæstrən, -ˌtrɒn/ or alabastrum /ˌæləˈbæstrəm/ ( plural: alabastra or alabastrons; from Gr**** ἀλάβαστρον) is a small type of pottery or gl****...
- probably by agreement with Engelsmann, and started marketing it as "Alabastra". Performers were brightly dressed and brightly lit while filmed against...
- territories of Detyre, the marshes of Klurikon and the crystal kingdom of Alabastra. Throughout the Faelands exist settlements belonging to the mortal races:...
- Elder and Ptolemy, wrote that the stone used for ointment jars called alabastra came from a region of Egypt known as Alabastron or Alabastrites. The purest...
- Studies. 5: 65–78. ———; Reade, J.E. (2002). "On some inscribed Babylonian alabastra". Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. 12 (01): 31–46. ——— (2018). The...
- perfume flasks and cosmetic containers. The containers included aryballoi, alabastra, pyxides and other small specialized shapes. Men and women in the Near...
- store perfumes, scented oils and cosmetics. The most common shapes were alabastra, amphoriskoi, aryballoi and lentoid aryballoi, oinochoai (jugs), and for...
- ITHAKA. n.d. Retrieved April 3, 2019. Robinson, Charles Budd (1908). "Alabastra Philippinensia - I". Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 35 (2): 63–75...
- red-figure amphora (Philadelphia, U. PA, Mus., 5349), he signed two red-figure alabastra as painter, both of which bear the signature of the potter Hilinos [Karlsruhe...
- vessels are usually of small format, seldom higher than 30 cm. Oil flasks (alabastra, aryballos), pyxides, kraters, oenochoes and cups were the most common...
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