This chapter studies each of the twenty-six distinct forms of Macedonian silver plate. It analyses each of their variants and looks into their specific function; investigates the location of their excavation whether it was discovered in Macedonia or in other regions; and gives an insight into the time period of when the artefact was used. In addition, it considers the fragments of silver vessels that are impossible to reconstruct due to destruction or other means.
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