Julius Caesar: victorious general and subsequent dictator of Rome who was assassinated on the Ides of March in 44 B.C.

Juno: Roman goddess of marriage and wife of Jupiter; known as Hera to the Greeks

Jupiter: Roman king of the gods; known as Zeus to the Greeks

kandile: footed bowl with perforated handles, perhaps used as a lamp or storage vessel in the Cycladic civilization of Greece

Kerameikos: area in which potters lived in Athens, also used as a cemetery

Khnum: Egyptian god of creation represented by a ram

kiln: furnace or oven for drying and firing pottery

kilt: skirt worn by men in ancient Egypt

kohl: eyeliner made of powdered malachite (green) or galena (black)