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    Cauldron attachment in the form of a Griffin protomeca. 600 B.C.East Greek 
Princeton University Art Museum

    Cauldron attachment in the form of a Griffin protome
    ca. 600 B.C.

    East Greek 

    Princeton University Art Museum

     
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      Now we just gotta get you the, not tripod no no, doesn’t a three-legged cauldron have a special name - ‘Ting’? Or is...
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