Kamares

noun Ka·ma·res \kəˈmäˌres, -rə̇s\
variants: or

Kamarais

\kəˈmäˌres, -rə̇s\

Definition of Kamares

plural

Kamares

or

Kamarais

  1. :  a gaily colored Minoan pottery reaching its peak of excellence about 2000 b.c.

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Origin and Etymology of kamares

from Kamares, cave on the south slope of Mount Ida, Crete, where it was discovered


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