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Rudicŭla

κύκηθρον), Diminutive of rudis (q. v.). A wooden spoon (Columell. xii. 46, 3) for beating up, stirring, or mixing together different ingredients while boiling, stewing, or making decoctions

Rudicula. (Pompeian painting.)

(Cato , R. R. 95, 1). The example, from a picture of still life at Pompeii, exhibits a plate of eggs, together with the vessel and spoon for beating them up.

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