bell beaker

bell beaker
noun
: a bell-shaped pottery vessel of the prehistoric Beaker folk

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Archaeol.
a bell-shaped beaker, esp. one associated with the Beaker folk.
[1900-05]

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bell beaker noun
The distinctive wide-necked pottery vessel found (sometimes inverted) in the graves of Beaker Folk
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