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rhyton


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A type of drinking container used in ancient Greece, typically having the form of an animal's head or a horn, with the hole for drinking from located at the lower or pointed end. The word comes from Greek rhuton, related to rhein ‘to flow’.

Subjects: Archaeology.


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