Vix Krater

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Title

Vix Krater

Subject

The largest Krater excavated in a grave from the late archaic Greek era.

Description

A krater is usually a large vessel used to mix wine and water in ancient Greece. This particular piece was found in modern day France and is believed to show evidence of trade within western Europe and the Mediterranean

Creator

Unknown

Source

The Vix Grave

Publisher

Musée du Pays Châtillonnais

Date

c. 500 BC

Contributor

Rene Joffroy
Musée du Pays Châtillonnais

Rights

The French Government.

Relation

[no text]

Format

Physical Object- 1.63m, 200 kilos
Image- 536 × 624 pixels

Language

French

Type

Physical Object
Elaborate krater

Identifier

Ancient Greek krater.

Coverage

Trade between empires and countries.

Citation

Unknown, “Vix Krater,” Food and Drink in the Ancient World, accessed November 29, 2021, https://foodanddining.omeka.net/items/show/109.

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