Kate Moss' History of Vomitorium Crockery
Black-Figured Amphora Black-Figured Amphora
(475-500 B.C.)

This attractive amphora (Greek vase) is commonly known as "vomitrius", in a subtle reference to the ceremonial vomitorium march impressively depicted around its midsection.

Undoubtedly the most common small to mid-sized regurgitation receptacle of its day, this piece owed much of its popularity to its easy-to-grasp handles and seemingly bottomless capacity. When using this piece, I feel especially close to all my ancient uvula-tickling brethren.