|NOTES||Ancient Greek containers in the form of a shallow bowl without handles, often with a base whose center is pushed up into the body. It is used for drinking or pouring libations of wine or olive oil in ancient Greek ritual; the libations were poured over an altar to honor the gods or a burial site to satisfy the souls of the deceased. For similar ancient Roman containers, use "paterae (containers)."|
|HIERARCHY||Objects Facet>Furnishings and Equipment>Containers>containers (receptacles)>vessels (containers)>phialae|
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