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1 Krater said he found it difficult adjusting at first and got little support from other mothers who treated him as an outcast at school functions.
2 The new "Mr. Moms" include Todd Krater, 38, of Lakemoor, Ill. , a Chicago suburb.
3 once an uncommon sight of a dad with the kids during the day is becoming more and more prevalent," said Krater, who is now studying part time to become a registered nurse.
4 Achilles and Penthesilea fighting, Lucanian red-figure bell-krater, late 5th century BC. Achilles killing Penthesilea, tondo of an Attic red-figure kylix, c. 465 BC, from Vulci.
5 Silver coin showing Athena with Scylla decorated helmet and Heracles fighting the Nemean lion (Heraclea Lucania, 390-340 BC) Paestan red-figure bell-krater (c. 330 BC), showing Orestes at Delphi flanked by Athena and Pylades among the Erinyes and priestesses of Apollo, with the Pythia sitting behind them on her tripod.
6 Etrurian red-figured calyx-krater, ca. 400–350 BC. A Black-figure Amphora with Ajax Carrying the Dead Achilles.
7 Sarpedon’s body carried by Hypnos and Thanatos (Sleep and Death), while Hermes watches, Attic red-figured calyx-krater signed by Euxitheos (potter) and Euphronios (painter) 3D model of Bronze head of Hypnos via laser scan of a cast of British Museum's bronze.
8 The most commonly accepted etymology derives it from Latin gradalis or gradale via an earlier form, cratalis, a derivative of crater or cratus, which was, in turn, borrowed from Greek krater (κρᾱτήρ, a large wine-mixing vessel).
9 The fourth-century BC Derveni Krater, the unique survival of a very large scale Classical or Hellenistic metal vessel of top quality, depicts Dionysus and his followers.
10 The etiquette of the symposium required that when the first bowl (krater) of wine was served, a libation was made to Zeus and the Olympian gods.
11 Heroes received a libation from the second krater served, and Zeús Téleios (Ζεύς Tέλειος, lit.
12 The body shape can be an urn, krater, barrel, cylinder, or sphere.
13 The Mycenaean Greeks produced in large quantities a variety of diversely-styled vessels such as stirrup jars, large bowls, alabastron, krater and stemmed cups (or kylikes) resembling champagne glasses.