Twenty years after the foundation of the journal Kernos and several years after the article on Eleusinian kernoi by G. Bakalakis, we propose to re-discuss and examine the available information on the Eleusinian cult vessels, usually identified with kernoi or plemochoae. Newly available archaeological data enriches an older ongoing discussion and leads to the formulation of some conclusions and new questions. Being of rare distribution and strong Attic concentration, produced and depicted in art during a specific time range, an archaeological case study of the shape of these cult vessels may offer arguments for an interpretation of specific religious practice. This category of vases provides crucial material evidence for the Attic Eleusinian cult of the Classical and Hellenistic period. This can be studied through field archaeology, ceramic typology, numismatics, iconography and vase painting, and textual testimony.

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