A round bodied vase with a wide mouth. It was generally used as bucket with a rope tied to the handles.

Dimensions: height about 20-30cm


A stout bowl with two handles. It was used for any purpose.

Dimensions: height about 20-30cm


A deep bowl has the name meaning bucket in Latin. It was used for many purpose and copied from metal shape. This shape was sometimes produced in South Italy. Cf. Boston 1992.317 (Nagoya Boston Museum).

Dimensions: height about 20cm


An urinal. An example from Athenian Agora has an egg shaped body with a handle on top and the eaves above the large hole on the body.

Dimensions: height about 20cm



A feeder with a long spout and a handle. There is a hole on top of the body.

Dimensions: height about 5-10cm


Body in the form of a hemicylinder with moulded female head at the end. It is used as knee-piece over which wool is worked. So the upper part of the body has ragged surface. Sometimes this shape is miscalled "Onos", though it means a foot stand.

Some Epinetra are depicted by the black-figure, although the red-figured example is rare. Figured scene is arranged on the side of the body and sometimes around the moulded figure. Cf. Harvard 1960.322 (Perseus Project).

Dimensions: diam. about 30cm


Altough the name usually applied for a basket used for storing wool, also used for the pottery with conical shape, copied from the basket. Some smaller examples probably used as cups, although larger examples seems to be used as same purpose as basket. Cf. St. Louis 156.1922 (Perseus Project).

Dimensions: height about 10-30cm



A flat body has a hole on the upper surface and the spout has a small hole to insert a wick.

Dimensions: diam. about 5-10cm


A shallow bowl, with the meaning of "to wash", has two handles and a spout. Cf. Lidoriki (Odysseus).


A water basin with a tall foot and the name means "to sprinkle". It was generally made by stone.