Origin of kylix
How to use kylix in a sentence
It much resembles the Greek kylix or cylix, except that the foot is less perfect.
No slave (and slaves then abounded) used a kylix from which to drink his wine, nor an nochoe from which to pour it.
We give two examples of the cylix or kylix used for a drinking-cup, which always carried two handles.
A kylix from Vulci, and now at Munich, is remarkable for the scene depicted on it.
The kylix (Fig. 183) was the cup most generally used, and varied in shape.