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κώπη, λαβή).


The hilt of a sword, which was frequently much ornamented. (See Gladius.) The handles of knives were also elaborately carved; and of the beautiful workmanship sometimes bestowed on them, a judgment may be formed from the three specimens here introduced.

Capuli. (Montfaucon.)


The handle of a plough (Ovid, Pont. i. 8, 57), of which the usual name was stiva. See Aratrum.


A bier or coffin. See Funus.

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