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kra·ter

or cra·ter  (krā′tər)
n.
A wide, two-handled bowl used in ancient Greece and Rome for mixing wine and water.

[Greek krātēr; see kerə- in Indo-European roots.]

kra•ter

or cra•ter

(ˈkreɪ tər)

n.
(in ancient Greece and Rome) a bowl in which water and wine were mixed.
[1855–60; < Greek; see crater]
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40) Almost all of their similar traits are illustrated in Figure 6, side B of a calyx krater by Myson that depicts the struggle for the Delphic tripod.
Nolan) 114 16 -- Panathenaic amphora 33 1 1 Other amphoras 4 -- 1 Askos -- 1 -- Chous 2 -- 2 Cup 4 9 1 Stemless cup -- 1 -- Dinos 2 -- -- Hydria 29 11 -- Kantharos -- 1 -- Bell krater with lugs 5 3 -- Calyx krater 20 2 1 Column krater 4 29 80 Volute krater 6 -- -- Other kraters 1 1 -- Lebes gamikos -- 4 -- Lekanis 1 -- -- Lekythos 51 30 -- Loutrophoros 1 4 -- Mug -- 1 1 Oinochoe 7 3 1 Pelike 9 22 21 Phiale 2 -- -- Plate 2 1 -- Psykter -- 1 3 Skyphos 1 8 -- Stamnos 22 3 -- Other fragments 28 15 3 Total 354 170 116 * Drawn from the Beazley