MATCHING ANCIENT FOODS AND ANCIENT CERAMIC REPRODUCTIONS

Meal inspired by ancient Greek recipes at Thetis Authentics. It was perfectly matched the specific technologically authentic reproductions of ancient ceramic artefacts made by Thetis.

Black glazed ceramic pyxis (=box) with lid. Leaves and a sprig of myrtle decorate the lid. (Attic Workshop, 4th c.BC.) Ancient Greek pyxis may have served as a container for small objects, such as jewelry and toiletrie.

Black glazed plates, red glazed plate and a black glazed skyphos (drinking cup). 

It was not proper serving etiquette at an ancient lunch to serve food in drinking cups and jewelry boxes but  is permissible at a modern one. Besides, the foods looked so pretty in them.
ΓΙΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ ΕΔΩ
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