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See also: œnochoé and oenochoe



œnochoe (plural œnochoes)

  1. Archaic form of oenochoe.
    • 1915, Ernest Albert Parkyn, An Introduction to the Study of Prehistoric Art, Chapter XI., page 273:
      Between these objects and the body was a bronze vessel of the shape called by the Greek œnochoe, which enables the date of the burial to be fixed about the Fourth century B.C.¹ (Fig. 285).