There is the sannacra too. Crates, in the fifth book of his treatise on the Attic Dialect, says that it is a drinking-cup which bears this name, but it is a Persian cup. But Philemon, in his Widow, mentioning the batiacia, and jesting on the ridiculousness of the name, says—
The sannacra, and hippotragelaphi,There is also the Seleuci; and we have already stated that this cup derives its name from king Seleucus; Apollodorus the Athenian having made the same statement. But Polemo, in the first chapter of his treatise addressed to Adæus, says these goblets are very like one another, the Seleucis, the Rhodias, and the Antigonis. Then, there is the scallium. This is a small cup ῾κυλίκιον̓, with which the Aeolians pour libations, as Philetas tells us, in his Miscellanies.
And batiacia, and sannacia.