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There is also the lacæna. And this is a kind of cup so called either from the potter, as the Attic vessels, usually are, or from the form which is usual in that district, on the same principle as the thericlean cups derive their name.

Aristophanes, in his Daitaleis, says—

He gladly shared the Sybaritic feasts,
And drank the Chian wine from out the cups
Called the lacecnæ, with a cheerful look.

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