What Were Greek Vases Used for?

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Greek Vases were used for several purposes which include: storage and transport of liquids, mixing wine with water, drawing water and also as urns to hold the ashes of the dead. Greek Vases were also used in the ritual sprinkling of the bride with water before a wedding. Some of the several types of these vases include: Lebes Gamikos, Hydria, Krater, and Amphora.
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