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D116: replicas of roman fibulae material: Bronze and enamel datation: II-III cent. AD original common in europe, most in france, england and germany dimensions: 44x23 mm price: 29,75 euro created by Labortemporis

replicas of roman fibulae material: Bronze and enamel datation: II-III cent. AD original common in europe, most in france, england and germany dimensions: mm price: euro created by Labortemporis

D114: replic of roman fibulae   datation: I-II century AD   material: Bronze  origin: Italy (common in europe till III century)  dimensions: 35x35 mm  price: 11,90 euro created bu Labortemporis

replic of roman fibulae datation: I-II century AD material: Bronze origin: Italy (common in europe till III century) dimensions: mm price: euro created bu Labortemporis

D120: replic of roman fibulae  datation: I-III century   material :Bronze and enamel dimensions: 22x22 mm  price: 11,90 euro created by Labortemporis

replic of roman fibulae datation: I-III century material :Bronze and enamel dimensions: mm price: euro created by Labortemporis

D121: replic of roman fibulae  origin: private collection italy  datation: I-III century AD  material: Bronze and enamel  dimensions: 35x35 mm  price: 17,85 euro  created by Labortemporis

replic of roman fibulae origin: private collection italy datation: I-III century AD material: Bronze and enamel dimensions: mm price: euro created by Labortemporis

Pair of Roman Bronze Medical Instruments (scoop and knife). 1st-3rd century.

Pair of Roman Bronze Medical Instruments (scoop and knife).

D118: replicas of roman fibulae material: bronze datation:III cent.BC-IV cent.AD  original from private collection. dimensions: 35x15 mm price: 17,85 euro

replicas of roman fibulae material: bronze datation:III cent.AD original from private collection.

ROME: How to make Roman Bread - Panis

A common staple in Rome especially during the Golden Age was heavy grained bread. It was said that the earth provided them with enough agriculture to prevent any sort of starvation at the time.

D117: replicas of roman fibulae material: Bronze datation:III cent.BC-IV cent.AD dimensions:55x25mm  original common in europe price: 11,90 euro  created by Labortemporis

replicas of roman fibulae material: Bronze datation:III cent.AD original common in europe price: euro created by Labortemporis

B23: replic of original emailled fibulae.  dimensions:30x30 mm material: bronze and enamel datation: I-II century AD  price: 17,85 euro

replic of original emailled fibulae. mm material: bronze and enamel datation: I-II century AD price: euro

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