A.kettle, cauldron, Il.21.362, Pi.O.1.26; “τρίπους λ.” A. Fr.1; used for gifts and prizes, Il.23.259, al.; brazier, Th.4.100.
b. coin stamped with a cauldron, GDI4979, al. (Crete).
II. in Od., mostly the basin in which the purifying water (χέρνιψ) was handed to the guests before meals, made of silver, 1.137, al.; but in 19.386, a pan for washing the feet; δολοφόνος λ., of the bath in which Agamemnon was slain, A.Ag.1129 (lyr.).
III. basin used as a cymbal or drum, Hdt.6.58; of the gong at Dodona, Call.Del.286.
V. generally, casket, Id.Tr.556: pan for colours, Luc.Bis Acc.8.
VI. vase of cauldron shape on the roof of the temple of Zeus at Olympia, Paus. 5.10.4.
VII. air-vessel used like a diving-bell, Arist.Pr.960b32.