Kylix


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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Kylix

 

an ancient Greek drinking vessel consisting of a shallow cup on a slender foot or short pedestal with two slender, horizontal handles. The ceramic kylikes were often painted, with a design of palmettes on the bottom. Kylikes were also made of metal.

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Attic red-figure kylix, 470-460 BC, attributed to the Oedipus Painter, terracotta, ht 10.5cm.
On the composition of the medallions in the interiors of Greek black and redfigured kylixes. N.V Noord-Hollandsche Uitgevers Maatschappij, Amsterdam.
Among the many wine vessels in the exhibition are a fine Attic red-figure kylix by the Tarquinia Painter.
Compare Figure 4, the red-figure kylix attributed to Makron (British Museum E 61), which Sian Lewis (2002, 94-5) argues represents a scene of men purchasing the required symposia materials for an evening party.
Three, possibly four, objects comparable in importance to the Euphronios kylix have turned up in Italy in the last thirty years, an average of one every eight or ten years.
I also thank Conrad Stibbe for permission to use the photograph of the kylix reproduced here as Fig.
Procedure: Have students research the sources of Marioni's forms such as the "kylix," and the "oinochoe," and the parts of his forms such as the "gambo." How are Marioni's forms similar to and/or different from the ancient counterparts?
And to facilitate porting to and from Linux, a copy of Kylix (Delphi language edition) is included with Delphi Studio.
WIPP member Susan Sawka, majority owner of Kylix Corp.
250), a kylix by Makron, shows bearded men (no staffs) wrapping elaborate, even excessive ribbons around nude athletes; (55) that this is meant as a courtship vase is indicated by the other side, which clearly shows lovers offering gifts.