Contexte archeologique et date du rhyton
leontocephale de la maison d'Agaptarri (RS 24.
In the annual international FINAT Label Competition, promoted by Europe's label industry association, Rhyton
Cretan Thyme Honey's self-adhesive label, printed by the Greek self-adhesive label specialists N.
Danilo is an archaeological site near the coastal town of Sibenki, in Dalmatia, Croatia, and the rhyton
found there is a four-legged Neolithic vessel made of fire clay that most archaeologists agree was most likely a cult vessel used in rituals of unknown origin and content.
Team leader professor Georgi Kitov said that they also found a silver rhyton
, silver and bronze vessels, pottery and funerary gifts.
39) A base fragment of a marble conical rhyton
has also been reported from Kumtepe and another rim fragment from DemircihOyuk.
Especially fine is a gilded silver rhyton
from the first century a.
Unknown Parthian artist, Stag Rhyton
, 50 BC-AD 50; silver with gilding, inlaid glass eyes; height: 10 7/16" (26.
Some of these items dating back 5,000 years are from the National Museum of Iran, including the Achaemenid Persian Lion Rhyton
," Kargar said.
For example, the Instructions for Temple Officials (CTH 264) require a drinking ordeal to ensure that the offerant has fulfilled the sacrificial obligation properly: "Then you shall drink from the rhyton
of the will of god.
Almost 100 ancient artefacts drawn from 30 Greek museums (including this clay rhyton
from around 1500 BC) chart Greece's relationship with the sea.
An ancient Iranian rhyton
, a cup that tapers into a ram's head, reminded Wrankle of the big horn sheep he encountered in the desert as a child.