There is also the elephant; and this was the name of a kind of cup, as we are told by Damoxenus, in the Man who laments himself—
A. If that is not enough, here is the boyAnd Epinicus also mentions this cup, in his Supposititious Damsels; and I will quote his testimony when I come to speak of the rhytum.
Bringing the elephant.
B. In God's name tell me,
What beast is that?
A. 'Tis a mighty cup,
Pregnant with double springs of rosy wine,
And able to contain three ample measures;
The work of Alcon. When I was at Cypseli,
Adæus pledged me in this selfsame cup.