Medieval Glossary


A vessel used for drinking that has a base and a stem. Those of wealth might have a metallic or even jewel-encrusted goblet, although they were more commonly made of a material such as wood.

Related term(s): Trencher; Tankard; Mead; Piment
Category: Food and Drink
Added: 10.04.04


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