(3.) Consider, for example, the "Temple aux rhytons
." In this connection, Yon comments: "L' integration d'un lieu de culte dans un ilot, au milieu de quartiers d'habitation, lui donne son caractere particulier" (1997: 92).
Bulgaria's Vinprom Peshtera grabbed three "Golden Rhytons
." One was bestowed to Vinzavod Assenovgrad; one to Black Sea Gold, and one to Domaine Boyar.
The centerpiece of the exhibit at the National History Museum is a group of 20 rhytons
, drinking vessels each with a pointed end shaped like an animal or an animal's head, for which Bozhkov has a particular passion.
This work and the two T'ang, moulded, horn-shaped drinking cups (rhytons
), one, a dragon head with a ball in its mouth and the second, a bird head with a cluster of grapes in its mouth, (fig.
Lashgari reported the discovery of a large amount of earthenware including crock, urns, pitchers, small jars, plates, rhytons