It is the dolium galea, good friends, and we could tell you six other kinds that are suspected of this meanness.
The dolium had no foot, and was usually buried in the earth; it was also used for purposes of burial.
They paid annually a tun (dolium) of wine for their license;—a proof that their business must have been lucrative.
A genus composed of dolium latilabrum, Kiener, and other similar species.
dolium has a large, globose but thin shell, ornamented with revolving ribs.
The Latin word used by Saxo, which I translate with cisterns of mead, is dolium.
A fine shell of dolium was in their camp, which we passed through.