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“The carchesium was a beaker, or drinking-cup, which was used by the Greeks in very early times. It was slightly contracted in the middle, and its two handles extended from the top to the bottom. It was much employed in libations of wine, milk, blood, and honey.” — Anthon, 1891


Greek Vases


Charles Anthon Aenid of Virgil (New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1891) 545


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