rhyton

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English[edit]

A rhyton

Etymology[edit]

Ancient Greek ῥυτόν (rhutón).

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rhyton (plural rhytons or rhyta)

  1. A container from which fluids are intended to be drunk, having a base in the form of a head.
  2. Thracian drinking horn

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