aryballosIt was employed to contain incense or oil, and is often constitute in vase paintings being employed by athletes during bathing. In these depictions, the vessel is at meters attached by a band to the athlete's wrist, or hung by a band from a peg on the wall.
aryballoswhite perform ware
aryballos, 850–750 BC
Janiform with kalos inscription
aryballos, 520 BC
aryballoswrestling, 490–480 BC
See besides Unguentarium
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aryballos"aryballos" in The New Encyclopaedia Britannica
aryballos. Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc.
aryballos, 15th edn., 1992, Vol. 1, p. 611. ^
aryballosFrom the workshop of the Douris Painter
aryballos. On the endorse two kalós love-inscriptions
aryballosdeclare that Thodis and Chairippos are handsome. Exhibited in Room 8 of the Kerameikos Archaeological Museum .