Samian ware

NOUN
  1. earthenware made from the reddish-brown clay found on the Aegean island of Lemnos
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How To Use Samian ware In A Sentence

  • Hither ascended a _cantonnier_ when the new road was made up the valley, and here he found chipped flints of primeval man, a polished celt, a scrap of Samian ware, and in a niche at the side sealed up with stalactite, a tiny earthenware pitcher 2-1/2 inches high, a leaden spindle-whorl, some shells, and a toy sheep-bell. Castles and Cave Dwellings of Europe
  • It was thin, fine, red, decorated with a raised pattern and it looked very like the Samian ware she had seen in the museum MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
  • It was thin, fine, red, decorated with a raised pattern and it looked very like the Samian ware she had seen in the museum MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
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