(Greek: Υδρία). A hydria (pl. hydriai) is an ancient Greek water jar made of pottery or metal. It normally has a large oval body, two horizontal handles (used when lifting), and a single vertical handle (used when pouring). Web resource here.

BM hydriaPhintias. Red-figure hydria depicting young men filling hydriai at a fountain.  Ca. 510 BCE.  British Museum, London.