In a world with stricter rules of social etiquette, and with so much taboo placed on sex, acts such as flirting had to be subtle and often be invented per generation to prevent their parents understanding. From Georgian times, flirting with a fan was common place.
AN EARLY JEWISH LIMESTONE OSSUARY ROMAN PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D. Perhaps for a child, the hollow rectangular box on four low feet, engraved on one side with two six-petaled rosettes deeply drilled at the center, encircled by a decorative border, separated by a vertical panel and framed on four sides with a similar decorative border and thin incised bands 13 1/8 in. (33.3 cm.) wide
Caiaphas Ossuary, An ossuary was a box constructed to hold the bones of the dead after decomposition. In 1990 a startling discovery was made that shook biblical scholars and archaeologists alike. In the Peace Forest section of Jerusalem was discovered a burial cave containing twelve ossuaries, one of them being none other than that of Caiaphas, the high priest who presided at the trial of Jesus.