It looked like a flower pot. It was an orangey colour and was used to cover fires overnight. The handle was an arch shape and it had lot's of patterns around it. It was a very clever way of keeping the fire burning.
It is called a helmet. They were also known as pot helmet or the sugar loaf helmet.The medieval helmets were made up of steels and they were used at the time of battles so as to protect an individual from the injury.
It is unknown who invented the Chamber pot, however, the earliest chamber pots were discovered in greece.
pottidge is the cross of a pot and porridge
Nothing Ignore the above While today it may seem like it was 'nothing' during MEDIEVAL times people went on Crusades as a pilgrimage. Religion was a very important part of life for these people and Jerusalem was the centre of Christianity. The Holy Land was a honey pot for Christians. Pilgrimages were made as penence (punishment) or simply to please God. When war broke out between Christians and Muslims over the rights to the Holy Land people went on Crusade to drive the Muslims out because they believed that Jerusalem was theirs. They lacked the understanding of other religions that people hold today and so they would not accept it.
Usually Jerusalem, aka the holy city of 4 religions, making it a tension-filled religious melting pot.
Everybody sold Leperechauns. They also smoked pot and sniffed coke.
It looks like a pot.
Pot belly pig footprints look like the footprint of any other pig. There is a main section of the hoof that is rounded and three "toes" surrounding it.
There are many plants that look like pot leaves, some of them related to the pot leaf and some not. Some examples include Cleome, Kenaf, and Japanese maple.
Both the big dipper and the little dipper look like pots.
They're usually around 7 in. long, brown, and they look like a turtle... A better question is, "Why do you care?".
you will die or at least look like an idiot.
It is brown and thick. Gets solid and you must melt it in a pot to use.
It looks like a person standing at the stove (probably not you) and wearing an apron. Also, likely to stir the pot.
Empty pot or plant pot, If it's an empty pot, you could put like, flour in it. Plant pot.. It's for like, farming.
well... it does look like its in a pot INDOORS... im sorry i know this is not an answer... :(
The definition of bonsai includes "in a shallow pot or tray" so if it's in the ground it's NOT a bonsai. There are garden plants that are pruned to look like bonsai, but a bonsai must be in a pot.