Castor ware


Definition of Castor ware 

: an ancient Roman pottery having ornaments and animal forms laid in white slip on a dark ground

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History and Etymology for Castor ware

from Castor, Peterborough, England, where it was found

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to deposit or conceal in a hiding place

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