(Greek: Στάμνος). An ancient Greek pottery jar. Stamnoi (pl.) have low feet, oval bodies, wide mouths, and two horizontal handles set on the shoulders. Some examples have lids, suggesting they were used for liquid storage. Web resource here.

The Siren Painter. The Siren Vase (red-figure stamnos with the ship of Odysseus passing the Sirens). Ca. 480-470 BCE. British Museum, London.