Consumer perception depends on lubricity,"explained Rhyta
Rounds of Fluid Dynamics, who provided an overview of lubricity measurements.
They complement the other series of plastically modelled vases used in the symposium, namely rhyta
, decorated with the heads of rams and donkeys, animals associated with Dionysiac world.
(singular rhyton) are horn-shaped vessels with two holes in them, usually at opposite ends, widely known from Classical times.
Connections with the Aegean islands and Balkans can also be established on the basis of the distribution of marble conical rhyta
He repeats his earlier suggestion that the "Square House" was originally used for banquets, involving drinking from the elaborate ivory rhyta
that were later sealed into the rooms of the building (Parthica 2, 13-53).
On the other side dance satyrs and maenads, holding not the cup their human counterparts, but the vines and rhyta
symbolic of pure wine.
Earlier Athenian moldmade vessels, such as rhyta
, plastic lekythoi, and lamps, were closed shapes.
337-341: miniature stoves, tables, grills, casseroles, rhyta
, pots, amphoras, and situlas are among the objects reported from religious and, more interestingly, domestic contexts.