added by archaeologs A Greek or Roman vessel for drawing water, especially from amphorae.
added by archaeologs
The arystichos was a vase used for drawing wine out of the kraters.
History of Ancient Pottery - Egyptian, Assyrian, Greek, Etruscan and Roman, Samuel Birch, 1873
The arystichos was also used for serving from the krater, a usage which gave rise to several other shapes.
added by archaeologs A Greek or Roman vessel for drawing water, especially from amphorae. [arusane, arustis, aruter, ephebos, oinerusis] a small Roman bronze coin, four of which made a sestertius and 16 made a denarius.
Dictionary of Artifacts, Barbara Ann Kipfer, 2007