For the ancient Greeks there were three meals.
1. AKRATISMOS: Barley bread dipped in wine, served with figs and olives.
2. ARISTON: Served at noon or early afternoon.
3. DIPNON: (DINNER) The most important meal of the day. Generally
consumed after night had fallen.
Extra added another light lunch late afternoon.
Finally » Aristodipnon» was a normal meal that could be served late afternoon
in place of dinner (dipnon).