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κόρυμβος). A particular mode of wearing the hair among the Greek women, which is explained in the article Coma. The following illustration, taken from Millingen, represents a woman whose hair is dressed in this manner. The name literally means a bunch of ivy-berries, and was first applied to a form of garland.

Corymbus. (Millingen,
Peintures Antiques
, pl. 40.)

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