kylix


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ky·lix

 (kī′lĭks, kĭl′ĭks)
n. pl. ky·li·kes (kī′lĭ-kēz′, kĭl′ĭ-)
A shallow, wide drinking cup with two handles and a stem, used in ancient Greece.

[Greek kulix.]

kylix

(ˈkaɪlɪks; ˈkɪl-) or

cylix

n, pl -likes (-lɪˌkiːz)
(Archaeology) a shallow two-handled drinking vessel used in ancient Greece
[C19: from Greek kulix cup; compare chalice]
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Noun1.kylix - a shallow drinking cup with two handleskylix - a shallow drinking cup with two handles; used in ancient Greece
cup - a small open container usually used for drinking; usually has a handle; "he put the cup back in the saucer"; "the handle of the cup was missing"
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On an Attic red-figure painted bowl or cup (kylix), c.
Corsi cites the auction record for a Greek vase of $i.77m, achieved at Christie's New York in 2000 for a red-figure kylix, attributed to Douris the painter and his long-term potter collaborator, Python.
Shortly after the arrival of Alcidamas, Lycinus relates that by then the kylix had been passed around the circle constantly (15).
A "precariedade" da representacao dos detalhes--como maos e rostos, em especial--pode evidenciar a adocao de tecnicas menos refinadas do que as que predominam na imagetica atica mais preponderante como a utilizada na producao da kylix analisada anteriormente (Fig.
Y mientras todo esto pasaba y uno trataba de orientarse en la vida habia que ser guapo y famoso, colgar fotos en Facebook, depilarse las piernas, ir al gimnasio, comprar la ropa adecuada, para la que no tenia dinero, tratar de ligarse a la companera, enfrentarse al examen de prehistoria de Cataluna (?como podia existir una asignatura de prehistoria de Cataluna si no habia catalanes en la prehistoria?) o al de arqueologia de Grecia II (fibulas, armas, armaduras, cacharrologia, que digaa kylix, anforas de figuras rojas y negras, producciones corintias, estilos geometrico, orientalizante, figurativo ...
Ademas, en la sepultura lxii, del estrato I, segun Almagro-Gorbea, situada al o de la necropolis, se hallaron dos piedras talladas que sirvieron como remate de algun util--punzon o huso segun su excavador--en un ajuar que destaca porque incluia el pie recortado de un kylix atico entre otros elementos ceramicos y al que se considera elemento importado de prestigio presente en otras necropolis cercanas como Haza del Arca, de Ucles (Lorrio, 2007: 264).
A Greek kylix from the fifth century BCE, featuring a warrior in full armor and weaponry, provides additional visual evidence for this throwing loop, which is clearly a descendant of the bulbous appendages on the Mycenaean spears of the Warrior Vase.
(56) Makron also depicts youths similarly lifting the himation off their shoulders in pederastic scenes in which the eromenos (boy) makes the gesture to reveal his body to the erastes (older man), as on a kylix by Makron in the Staatliche Antikensammlung und Glyptothek Munchen (Fig.
"Bacanal y orgia del okupa teatral." Kylix. Revista de Literatura y Arte 8.