Boeotian Exaleiptron

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Mary Harrsch (Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art)
published on 17 May 2013
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A Boeotian tripod exaleiptron (also known as a kothon), mid-6th century BCE. These vessels were used for keeping fine oils and perfumes and had an inverted lip to reduce spillage.

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Art), Mary Harrsch (Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of. "Boeotian Exaleiptron." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 17 May 2013. Web. 23 Jun 2021.