Oenochoe

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Oenochoe

 

an ancient Greek wine pitcher with a single handle, an oval body, and a trefoil-shaped mouth. The oenochoe was widespread during the archaic and classical periods.

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The Attic black oinochoe, housed in Berlin's Antikensammlung Staatliche Museen (Nr.
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