Kernos



[kur-nos] /ˈkɜr nɒs/

noun, plural kernoi
[kur-noi] /ˈkɜr nɔɪ/ (Show IPA). Greek Antiquity.
1.
a Mycenaean ceramic piece, usually in the form of a ring, to which were attached a number of cups or vases.

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