situla


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situla

(ˈsɪtjʊlə)
n, pl -lae (-liː)
(Archaeology) a bucket-shaped container, usually of metal or pottery and often richly decorated: typical of the N Italian Iron Age
adj
(Archaeology) of or relating to the type of designs usually associated with these containers
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Por el otro, consideramos que el recipiente que es identificado como un cadus romano podria ser en realidad una situla.
1954: 61-64), una lebes que ha llegado hasta nosotros enormemente fragmentada pero en la que se distinguen dos hombres y dos mujeres avanzando tomados de las manos, un varon con una situla colgando del brazo, un minimo de tresjinetes, y un tubista de atuendo y casco casi identicos a los de los hombres que desfilarian tras el y muy similar a los del musico del "vaso de la danza bastetana" que acabo de describir.
Al respecto, conviene traer a cuestion la necesidad del hombre antiguo por enmascarar la realidad en la presentacion material primitiva del muro o, mas contundente todavia, el analisis que realiza Semper de la influencia que ejercen los perfiles culturales de dos pueblos en la presentacion material de sus vasijas ceramicas, es decir, como la situla egipcia en forma de gota que evita los derrames cuando "recoge" el agua del Nilo y la hidria helenica con cuello de embudo y cuerpo de olla que "atrapa" el agua cuando "fluye desde un manantial" son, de alguna manera, la manifestacion material del espiritu terrenal del caracter egipcio y "la naturaleza elevada, espiritual y clara de los helenos veneradores de los manantiales".
The project actions will be carried out in one of the most important Italian sites for the following species: Elaphe situla, Triturus carnifex, Triturus vulgaris and Bombina pachypus.
1270) [6] aquatilia sunt situla, ydria, pelvis, gurturinum, catinum, manulavium unde lavantur manus, quod et labrum dicitur, pedilavium, ubi lavantur pedes; antiqui tamen dicebant corrupte malluvium et pelluvium, vel dicatur integre a luo vel lues.
20) It shows him carrying a situla (bucket); his upper right chest is left bare by a tunic which falls over his left shoulder, is gathered by a cord around his waist, and falls in folds which model the curvature of his legs in an extra-ordinarily sensuous manner, apparently focusing on the bulge between his thighs, whether an allusion to the alleged macro-phallic character of blacks or a more subtle form of eroticism.
The women behind her carry, from left to right, a situla and a large lidded casket.
There is still an argument, however, partly based on the apparent presence of an attached semi-circular neck-guard, that the Hirschlanden headgear represents a bronze helmet (Schickler 1999: 24) similar to those depicted on, for example, the Providence situla (Lucke 1962: Plate 9, lower) or the Strettweg cult-vehicle (Aldhouse Green 1996:114), and actual helmets from Cremona and Oppeano (Sansoni 1961: Plate 20) in northern Italy, all of the same broad date (Schickler 1999: 24).
Harry Dunlop will always have a soft spot for theWest Midlands track after the fledgling trainer gained his first success with Situla here last year, and he was back for more when sending out Mr Loire to take the 6f handicap under Jimmy Quinn.
Nelle mani Iside stringe il sistro e la situla, mentre un cobra le cinge il braccio.
Situla, who likes to bowl along in front, was well backed to follow up over today's course and distance but could never get to the head of affairs.
En los glosarios del CGL, (h)ydria aparece definida como urna en 4, 403, 40 y 5, 545, 65, como situla en 4, 298, 24, como uas aquarium en 4, 197, 17 y 4, 298, 24 (y en Euquerio, instr.