from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See kalpis.


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  • It was then that the potters 'fair came, calpis and amphora, together with lamps against the winter, laid out in order for the choice of buyers; for Keramus, the Greek Vase, is a son of Dionysus, of wine and of Athene, who teaches men all serviceable and decorative art.

    Greek Studies: a Series of Essays

  • Calpis … the other dairy product! chrispy28 | 2: 14 pm | Vote: 0 0 thats funny, it dosent taste like calpis … igiboydeguzman | 7: 35 am | Vote: 0 0

    Calpis Water |


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