The Derveni Krater , an elaborated pot where ancient Greeks mixed undiluted wine with water and spices so that visitors of the banquet don't get drunk. It was found at Derveni , a small village outside Thessaloniki.It weighs 40 kg made of an alloy of bronze, endowed with a superb golden sheen using really no gold at all. It is exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki , Macedonia Greece

The Derveni Krater , an elaborated pot where ancient Greeks mixed undiluted wine with water and spices so that visitors of the banquet don't get drunk. It was found at Derveni , a small village outside Thessaloniki.It weighs 40 kg made of an alloy of bronze, endowed with a superb golden sheen using really no gold at all. It is exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki , Macedonia Greece

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Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki: “ From the section of funerary findings from Macedonian tombs in Greece. A detail from the crater of Derveni. Found in tomb B, in Derveni. (late 4th century B.C) ”

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki: “ From the section of funerary findings from Macedonian tombs in Greece. A detail from the crater of Derveni. Found in tomb B, in Derveni. (late 4th century B.C) ”

Ο ΚΡΑΤΗΡΑΣ ΤΟΥ ΔΕΡΒΕΝΙΟΥ - THE DERVENI KRATER (ENGLISH - GREEK TEXT) Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, Macedonia, the Heart of Greece. Ελληνιστική περίοδος, 330 - 320 π.Χ. - Δερβένι, τάφος Β΄- ύψος: 0,91 μ. Hellenistic, 330-320 BC, Derveni, tomb B, Height 0.91 m. The Derveni krater is a volute krater, the most elaborate of its type, discovered in 1962 in a tomb at Derveni, not far from Thessaloniki, and displayed at the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki. Weighing 40 kg,

Ο ΚΡΑΤΗΡΑΣ ΤΟΥ ΔΕΡΒΕΝΙΟΥ - THE DERVENI KRATER (ENGLISH - GREEK TEXT) Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, Macedonia, the Heart of Greece. Ελληνιστική περίοδος, 330 - 320 π.Χ. - Δερβένι, τάφος Β΄- ύψος: 0,91 μ. Hellenistic, 330-320 BC, Derveni, tomb B, Height 0.91 m. The Derveni krater is a volute krater, the most elaborate of its type, discovered in 1962 in a tomb at Derveni, not far from Thessaloniki, and displayed at the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki. Weighing 40 kg,

More of the funerary offerings from the tomb that yielded the Derveni crater. There are some ritual and bathing vessels, as well as banqueting utensils, and some pieces of armour. (330-320 B.C)

More of the funerary offerings from the tomb that yielded the Derveni crater. There are some ritual and bathing vessels, as well as banqueting utensils, and some pieces of armour. (330-320 B.C)

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