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  • Maren Miller

    Rock Crystal 20 sided die 1st-2nd Century AD Roman Imperial Period Rock crystal twenty-sided die, marked X and I on two adjoining faces (Source: The British Museum)

  • Jessie Lyle

    Ancient Rock Crystal Dice. Twenty-sided die marked XI on two adjoining faces. Circa 1st-2nd century A.D., Roman

  • Have You Nerd

    Roman rock crystal D20 from the 1st or 2nd century (via The British Museum)

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