Aulos - The aulos is a double oboe that was employed by the Greeks in the cult of Dionysus and Cybele. It was made with cane or bone, but also was made of metal for professionals. It was formed from two tubes and had between 5 and 15 holes. It was played using the Phrygian mode. The aulos was perfectly tuned, but if you wanted to play in another tone you had to use a different aulos. - Translated from Spanish by pinner
Musician plays the aulos on Wine Cup with Flirtation Scene / Briseis Painter, vase-painter, and Brygos, potter
First attempts to play Trossingen Lyre - I find it interesting the very similar techniques employed in playing the Germanic Lyre and the Ancient Greek/Roman Lyre. Makes sense, of course, since they are extremely similar instruments.