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A single-handed cup with with a chariot race of amors in the Circus Maximus. Silver with traces of gilding. 1st century BCE—1st century CE. H. 8 cm, d. 9.5 cm, weight 355 g. Inv. No. 145510. Naples, National Archaeological Museum. Origin: The cup is a part of a silver deposit uncovered in the basement of the Casa del Menandro Pompeii in 1930. In the cellar, wrapped up in textiles and placed in the bottom of a wooden chest, were 118 pieces of silver plate, of varying ages and style Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Pompeii And Herculaneum, Pompeii Italy, Chariot Racing, Art Romain, Circus Maximus
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A single-handed cup with with a chariot race of amors in the Circus Maximus. Silver with traces of gilding. 1st century BCE—1st century CE. H. 8 cm, d. 9.5 cm, weight 355 g. Inv... 
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