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English: Diagram of an aulos (musical instrument of ancient Greece) found in the collection of the Candia Museum.
|Source||1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Vol. 2, p. 918|
|Author||John L. Myres|
(Reusing this file)
(From a drawing by Prof. John L. Myres.)
Fig. 1. — Diagram of the Fragments of an Aulos (Candia Mus.).
|a,||Triple wrapping of bronze as well as slide.|
|b,||Slide with hole.|
|c,||Slides with two holes not uncovered together.|
|d,||Slides with two holes not uncovered together, one hole at back.|
|g,||Slide missing, scars of slide holes.|
|i and j,||Slide.|
|l,||Male half of joint.|
|m, n o,||Slides, the top hole being in the slide only.|
|p and q,||Slides, with two holes;
the small hole shown is in thepipe, there being a corresponding hole in the slide at the back.
|r,||Bronze covering (and slide?).|
|t,||The wavy line shows the extreme length of fragment.|
|u,||13 mm. inside diameter, 14 mm. outside diameter.|
|w,||Engraved lines and conical form of bronze covering.|
|x,||Wavy line shows extreme length of fragment.|
|y,||Stopped end of pipe with engraved lines.|
The line between r and s is either a turned ring or part of bronze cover. The double lines to the right of t are engraved lines.
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