Rhyton

a drinking cup shaped like an animal horn.
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rhyton

(from the article `Central Asian arts`) ...iron weapons, burnished and painted pottery, glass, and cast bronze animals, such as griffins. The most significant of these treasures, however, ...
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Rhyton

A rhyton was an ancient Greek drinking vessel made of pottery or metal with a base in the form of the head of an animal or a woman.
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Rhyton

A rhyton (plural rhytons or, following the Greek plural, rhyta) is a container from which fluids were intended to be drunk or to be poured in some ceremony such as libation. The English word rhyton originates in the ancient Greek word ῥυτόν (rhy̆tón or rhŭtón). The conical rhyton form has been known in the Aegean region since the Bronze ...
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rhyton

drinking cup with hole in the point to drink by
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