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Tazza, tat′sa, n. a shallow vessel mounted on a foot: a saucer-shaped bowl.
Tazza of pure gold, 0m.12 high, in the shape of a Greek "skyphos," with handles ending with winged male figures.Rambles in Rome|S. Russell Forbes
This Tazza, as well as the famous obelisks, were brought to Rome.
The most famous are the Farnese Tazza and the cup of the Ptolemies.
Beads and amulets, and a broken Tazza (table) in pottery, all of different periods, were here unearthed.Five Years' Explorations at Thebes|George Edward Stanhope Molyneux Carnarvon