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Roman Glass Trulla, 1st Century ADThis high quality trulla, or “pan,” of transparent pale blue glass, is in the form of a deep cup or bowl with an applied handle that tapers from the body of the vessel. Vessels of this shape usually date between 50...

Roman Glass Trulla, Century ADThis high quality trulla, or “pan,” of transparent pale blue glass, is in the form of a deep cup or bowl with an applied handle that tapers from the body of the vessel. Vessels of this shape usually date between

A ROMAN MARBLED GLASS BOTTLE   CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D.   Amber in color with swirls of white, free-blown, the squat biconical body with a tall cylindrical neck and outsplayed rim, on a concave base  3 in. (7.6 cm.) high

Roman Marbled Glass Bottle -- Circa Century CE -- Amber in color with swirls of white, free-blown, the squat biconical body with a tall cylindrical neck and outsplayed rim, on a concave base.

Ancient Roman bucket. Art / Ideas / Artist / Thoughts More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Some Sicilians "pee in a bucket – every member of the household must make their contribution – and then it is poured on the ground just outside the house like a libation.

A cooking utensil used for crushing or making things smaller (Mortarium)                              "Roman Mortarium | Flickr - Photo Sharing!" Welcome to Flickr - Photo Sharing. Web. 26 Sept. 2011. .

A cooking utensil used for crushing or making things smaller (Mortarium) "Roman Mortarium

A Roman drinking glass, 1-100 A.D.

glass beaker, AD, from Olbia, Russia (on the Black Sea). Sometimes this beaker shape is called carchesium, derived from a Greek term. Such decorative glasses were intended specially for use at banquets.

Entire streets of Roman London uncovered in the City http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-22084384

'Streets of Roman London' uncovered

BBC News - 'Entire streets' of Roman London uncovered in the City. Is this the 'Pompeii of the north'?

Bowl; Unknown; Egypt; 1st - 2nd century; Agate; 3.8 x 9.1 cm (1 1/2 x 3 9/16 in.); 72.AI.38

Roman agate bowl century CE) found near Koptos (Egypt). Located on the Nile, Koptos was a stop on the trade route that connected the Arabian Sea and the Mediterranean. On display at the Getty Villa.

Wine is a beverage that has been around for thousands of years. There are all sorts of wine and many flavors. Despite the fact that wine is really tasty and goes well with almost every occasion, it has so many benefits as well. Some of those benefits are keeping the heart healthy, helping the prevention of clots and reducing blood vessel inflammation, and with only a glass a day.

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Glass jug (oinochoe) with snake-thread decoration. Period: Late Imperial. Date: 2nd–3rd century A.D. Culture: Roman, Rhineland. Medium: Glass; blown and trailed.

Glass jug (oinochoe) with snake-thread decoration, Roman, Rhineland, century AD

Roman legionnaires' situla and patera set for reenactors

On their long marches for their Roman empire legionnaires carried not only their weapons with them, they also had to carry

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