A kind of cup, rather long, narrower in the middle than at either extremity, and with
) stretching from the top to the bottom.
Asclepiades (in Ath. 488
among those vessels which have feet. It was
a peculiarly Greek cup (Macrob.
Sat. v. 21init.
), and generally of a splendid
The same term designated the tops of a ship— i. e. the structure surmounting the
mast immediately above the yards (antennae
). See Navis