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VOMIT OR EMESIS POINT TO EMIT
"Speiender Zecher nach dem Gelage (Vomiting after a drinking bout) " (see related A | B), 490 BC Alte National Galerie, Berlin, Germany
Ancient Greek Terracotta Kylix or drinking cup (Drinking vessel from Capua).
Induced emesis or vomiting was common in ancient times as a way to reduce or prevent the impact of excessive eating and drinking. This man may have had too much "to drink".