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n.1.(Mil) A woman who carries a canteen for soldiers; a vivandière.
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Il cantiniere dell'Aga Khan: Ovvero, Buzzati tra Kafka e Borges" Italianist: Journal of the Department of Italian Studies, University of Reading 25:1 (2005): 55-71.
The cantiniere (a woman with a barrel on her head who supplied the troops), clearly visible along the right margin behind the sleeping king's tent, introduces another anachronism, familiar in the early modern battlefield, but unsupported by the verbal text.