And the third prize was two cauldrons of bronze and cups of silver embossed.
They made their way into the camp and sat down near the cauldrons.
It plunges in cataracts and foams hotly in cauldrons of hollowed rock.
And another thing, Peter: you're never to peep inside the cauldrons.
May there be no lack of food in your cauldrons, of powder in your horns, and of goodness in your hearts!
The cauldrons had disappeared from the centre of the sacred square.
Buckets and cauldrons which had originated from the Mediterranean were used.
He gave orders to kill all of them, without any distinction; their bodies to be cut in pieces and boiled in cauldrons.
Another interesting use of thermit is in the great foundries where cauldrons of metal have to be kept at a very high temperature.
From above, at the level where the trees are seen, the water leaps into the cauldrons that give the Linn its name.