food vessel









food vessel


food vessel ExamplesWord Origin noun Archaeology.

  1. an early Bronze Age grave vessel, 1600–1300 b.c., found in Ireland and northern Britain and intended for the use of the deceased in the afterlife.

Origin of food vessel First recorded in 1870–75 Examples from the Web for food vessel Historical Examples of food vessel

  • The Irish food-vessel is derived directly from the round-bottomed vessel of Neolithic times.

    The Bronze Age in Ireland

    George Coffey

  • In Ireland the pottery of the Bronze Age is principally represented by the type of vessel known as a food-vessel.

    The Bronze Age in Ireland

    George Coffey

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