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ἄντυξ). The rim or border of anything, especially of a shield or chariot. On Greek and

Antyx. (From an Etruscan Tomb.)

Etruscan vases we often see the chariot painted with the antyx much elevated, as in the accompanying illustration. By the figure synecdoche, the word ἄντυξ is sometimes used to denote the whole chariot.

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