Ampulla

Ampulla

1. the name, among Roman ecclesiastical writers, of one of the vessels used at the altar to hold the wine.

2. The vessel for holding the oil in chrismation, consecration, coronation, etc., which frequently appears in the inventory of church furniture, was also called ampulla. The ampulla is used in the coronation of the sovereigns of England.

 
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