Iron Age drinking vessels. Here are some examples of styles of drinking vessels they would have unearthed. Above is a drinking cup called a kylix.
This is an eye-cup; as you can see the side of the vessel shows the two eyes.
This is a patera, a broad shallow dish for drinking. I know I'd be spilling a lot.
Here is a kantharos an ancient Greek drinking vessel with two pronounced handles.
Sometimes kantharos had small, medium, or tall stems.
The rhyton is a drinking vessel shaped like a horn and usually ends in a figure representing a stylized animal or shell.
Rhyton were used for ritual drinking ceremonies and during Roman table games.
Here are examples of olpe, pitcher or ewer, for pouring liquids.
This is an oenochoe or wine carrying jug. All images were borrowed from various sources on the net for educational learning purposes. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.