This Greek Cyprian vessel has a geometrical style made out of yellow clay and painted in brown.

Greek Cyprian Vessel

This Greek Cyprian vessel has a geometrical style made out of yellow clay and painted in brown.

This jug s a type of container for liquid. It has a wide opening, from which to pour or drink, and nearly always has some kind of handle. One could imagine a jug being made from nearly any watertight material, but most jugs throughout history have been made from clay, glass, or plastic. In American English usage, a jug is a large container with an opening and a handle for liquids.

Vessel For Holding Liquids

This jug s a type of container for liquid. It has a wide opening, from which to pour or drink, and nearly…

A drinking glass, or simply glass, is a drinking vessel, usually made from glass or plastic. Glasses are often clear, but sometimes are colored, or printed or etched with decorations. Compared with a cup, a glass stands taller without a handle and usually holds more liquid.

Star Shaped Glass Vessel

A drinking glass, or simply glass, is a drinking vessel, usually made from glass or plastic. Glasses…

A war vessel in the dry dock, Mary Island Navy Yard, San Francisco.

War Vessel

A war vessel in the dry dock, Mary Island Navy Yard, San Francisco.

"Suppose a number of vessels, of different shapes and sizes to have a communication between them, by means of a small tube, passing from the one to the other. If, now, one of these vessels be filled with water, or if water be poured into the tube A, all the other vessels will be filled at the same instant, up to the line B C. Therefore, the pressure of the water A, balances that in 1, 2, 3, while the pressure in each of these vessels is equal to that in the other, and so an equilibrium is produced throughout the whole series." —Comstock, 1850

Water Pressure

"Suppose a number of vessels, of different shapes and sizes to have a communication between them, by…