(ὁ/ἡ λάγυνος; ho/hē lágynos). Wine bottle with handle, wide flat body, high narrow neck and sealable mouth (see Vessels, shapes and types of, fig. B 10). A Hellenistic type of vessel prevalent up to and into the Imperial period. Every participant in the lagynophória (λαγυνοφόρια), a Dionysiac street festival in Alexandria, brought along a lagynos for his share of wine (Ath. 7,276a-c).
R. Pierobon, L. Funzione e forma, in: Riv. Studi Liguri 45, 1979, 27-50
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