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A stamnos from the British Museum.

A stamnos (plural stamnoi) is a type of Greek pottery used to store liquids. It is much squatter than an amphora and has two stubby handles relatively high on its sides. It is a relatively unusual container form. Generally, it was used for mixing and storing.

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