olpe


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olpe

(ˈɒlpiː)
n
(Historical Terms) a spoutless ancient Greek jug or pitcher
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German water supply company Kreiswerke Olpe in the North Rhine-Westphalia state has launched an open tender for the supply of electricity for its buildings and facilities.
See, I grew up in a village 10 miles south called Olpe.
17, 1830, to a prosperous family in Olpe, Germany, she was raised to marry well.
293), the accessories of the philosopher Sochares include not just the perforated wallet (reminiscent of Odysseus in his mendicant's disguise) used by beggars to collect their scraps of food, but a "filthy oil flask" (admittedly not a lekythos in this instance, but an olpe, a vessel virtually indistinguishable from the oil flask).
The district police authority in Olpe for example, (approx.
20) The three Athenian vases that include (or potentially include) the figure of Dionysos as protagonist in their painted scenes are a black-figure olpe (21) of c.
is headquartered in Tarrytown, NY, with research & development and operations concentrated in Olpe and Nuremberg, Germany.
On the ground to the left of the seated child is a banded olpe, miniature chous, or other small closed vessel; to the right a wheeled stick toy or roller leans against the frame of the panel.
Benjamin Halbe, 21, from Olpe near Cologne, Germany, bought the car for e10,000 in January.
Besides unburying the relics of a millenary tradition through images, this description also does so through language, that is to say by naming the words that record a lost civilization of which the "giara" is a powerful emblem: "scifo anfora olpe ariballo, mafara lemmo bombolo Quarta, lumera della notte matrangela bianca.
Indeed, W olpe composed some of the most interesting potentials of the post-war period.