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51 For one final example we may consider a krater mentioned in an inscription from Sigeum in Asia Minor (fig. 29). , the in scription is carved in the archaic houstrophedon (ox-turning) style, running from left to right and then back again like the furrow in a plowed field. The text is repeated twice, with some variations, first in Ionic dialect and then in Attic; it states that one Phanodikos has donated a krater, along with its filter and stand (see fig. 10). It is a splendid offering as a civic dedication, set up in the prytaneion, the city hall where public banquets are held; it shows the bond that unites the donor and his fellow citizens and their equality in the sharing of wine.
L. Durand, Sacrifice et labour en Grece ancienne (Paris-Rome, 1986), figs. 32a, 33, 38, 55, 62b, 63, 66, 72, 79. 12 See J. Rudhart, Notions fondamentales de la pensee religieuse et actes constitutifs du culte dans la Grece classique (Geneva, 1958), 240-245. For the iconography, see F. Lissarrague, "La Libation: Essai de mise au point," and A. F. , sacrifice, prayer, dedication). In the context of the symposion the libation is the prologue to the consumption of a krater of mixed wine. Typically the first krater is dedicated to Zeus and the Olympian gods, the second to the Heroes, and the third to Zeus Soter.
Nilsson, "Die Gotter des Symposions," I (Lund, 1951), 428-442. See the fragments of a red-figure cup: Athens, Acropolis 434; Beazley, ARV 330/5. 14 Euripides, Bacchae, 284—285, trans. Arrowsmith. 13 Red-figure cup; Paris, Louvre G459; Beazley, ARV 789/4. 13 The Space of the Krater 12. Red-figure cup, Euaion painter, ca. 470. mixing bowl stands full of good cheer; and other wine is ready, which promises never to give out—mellow wine in jars, redolent of its bouquet; and in the midst the frankincense sends forth its sacred fragrance; and there is water, cool and fresh and pure.