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Examples of bowls in the famous Roman 'Samian ware' (in fact from Gaul)

Examples of bowls in the famous Roman 'Samian ware' (in fact from Gaul)

Roman glass bath-flask with drop handle with dolphin terminals

Roman glass bath-flask with drop handle with dolphin terminals

Mosaic depicting doves drinking from a bowl, probably after an original mosaic by Sosus of Pergamon Roman 1st century CE Pompeiii

Mosaic depicting doves drinking from a bowl, probably after an original mosaic by Sosus of Pergamon Roman 1st century CE Pompeiii

A plate of styli, 'pens' for writing on wax tablets

Illustrations of Roman London

A plate of styli, 'pens' for writing on wax tablets

Khazar Buckle Types After "Materials in Archaeology, History and Ethnography of Tauria" , Vol III

Khazar Buckle Types After "Materials in Archaeology, History and Ethnography of Tauria" , Vol III

Ancient Resource: Ancient Roman Fibulae (Toga-Pins) and Brooches for Sale

Ancient Resource: Ancient Roman Fibulae (Toga-Pins) and Brooches for Sale

An American soldier makes bread using an improvised flue type oven dug into or constructed on the ground, during maneuvers in the United States, ca.1940s. (Photo by PhotoQuest/Getty Images)

An American soldier makes bread using an improvised flue type oven dug into or constructed on the ground, during maneuvers in the United States, ca.1940s. (Photo by PhotoQuest/Getty Images)

Ancient Resource: Ancient Roman Fibulae (Toga-Pins) and Brooches for Sale

Ancient Resource: Ancient Roman Fibulae (Toga-Pins) and Brooches for Sale

Belt buckle  Roman Britain, late 4th or early 5th century AD From the Roman fort at Catterick, North Yorkshire

Belt buckle Roman Britain, late 4th or early 5th century AD From the Roman fort at Catterick, North Yorkshire

Hun_art Gothic polychrome eagle-head belt buckle from South Russia. 4th century A.D. The eagle motif derives from East Asia and results from the participation of the Goths in the Hunnic Empire.

Hun_art Gothic polychrome eagle-head belt buckle from South Russia. 4th century A.D. The eagle motif derives from East Asia and results from the participation of the Goths in the Hunnic Empire.

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