Ancient Pyxis

Similar to ‘lekanides’, ‘pyxides’ were primarily used by women for storing jewellery, cosmetics, or trinkets. Vessels of this type frequently appeared in funerary contexts, where they may have contained perishable offerings, such as food.

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