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Kylix

This is a type of ancient Greek drinking cup called a ‘kylix’ which were used at ‘symposium’ parties. This one is decorated with a group of male figures, including naked...

Kylix

This is an Attic black glazed drinking cup, or kylix. The donor recorded that it was found in the ancient Greek city of Rhodes....

Kylix

This ancient Greek wine cup is decorated on both sides with two large eyes. Eyes are an ancient symbol of protection and these were probably intended to act as amulets...

Kylix

This ancient Greek drinking cup is decorated with very simple bands or lines. It was bought by Lt Col LAD Montague, a local collector, and donated, together with around 800 other...

Kylix

Drinking cups like this one were commonly used in ancient Greece at ‘symposium’ parties. This cup shows two young boys, one holding a staff. The underside of the cup is...

Stemless kylix

This is an ancient Greek stemless drinking cup on a short foot with two handles on either side of the rim. The glaze is red and black due to firing....

Cup

This is an ancient Greek stemless, undecorated drinking cup or ‘kylix’ with a short foot and a single handle on the side of the bowl. Black glaze covers the interior...

Kylix drinking cup

This ancient Greek drinking cup was in the collection of Lieutenant Colonel Montague from Crediton. He collected over 800 classical archaeological objects and bequeathed them to the museum on his...

Cup

This is a stemless kylix, a shallow black-glazed drinking cup with two handles at either side of the bowl. Inside is a stamped palmette decoration arranged in a circle at...

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