In Ancient Greece and across the Greek colonies of Southern Italy, ‘krateres’ were ubiquitous vessels for mixing water with wine: the Greeks and Romans would mix their wine with water to disinfect the often stagnant water, and to prevent inebriation. Decorated in both red- and black-figure technique, vessels of this type often depicted scenes from Greek mythology that encouraged adherence to particular moral and social codes.

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