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archaicwonder: “ Roman Stylus and Ligula , 2nd-3rd Century AD A tapering bronze round-section stylus with baluster and angled scraper; secured by a length of chain to an equal-arm cross plaque and a...
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archaicwonder: “Roman Stylus and Ligula , Century ADA tapering bronze round-section stylus with baluster and angled scraper; secured by a length of chain to an equal-arm cross plaque and a.

archaicwonder: “ Roman Stylus and Ligula , 2nd-3rd Century AD A tapering bronze round-section stylus with baluster and angled scraper; secured by a length of chain to an equal-arm cross plaque and a...

archaicwonder: “ Roman Stylus and Ligula , 2nd-3rd Century AD A tapering bronze round-section stylus with baluster and angled scraper; secured by a length of chain to an equal-arm cross plaque and a...

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Roman Stylus and Ligula , Century AD. A stylus was a metal pen used for scratching words into wax on wooden tablets. A ligula was an instrument with a narrow cup-shaped scoop.

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ANCIENT ROMAN RAM'S HEAD KNIFE

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Bone spoon 1st century A.D. Roman

Bone spoon 1st century A.D. Roman
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Shears Period: Roman Period Date: A.D. 2nd century perhaps Geography: Country of Origin Turkey, Anatolia; Possibly from Trabzon
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Shears with Inlays. bought in Anatolia. when the shears are closed, the top register brings a dog face-to-face with a cat.

Shears Period: Roman Period Date: A.D. 2nd century perhaps Geography: Country of Origin Turkey, Anatolia; Possibly from Trabzon

Shears  Period:     Roman Period Date:     A.D. 2nd century perhaps Geography:     Country of Origin Turkey, Anatolia; Possibly from Trabzon
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Fibula: Typical roman cloak clasp. Shaped like a crossbow :)
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Fibula: Typical roman cloak clasp. Shaped like a crossbow :)

Fibula: Typical roman cloak clasp. Shaped like a crossbow :)
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Wax tablets showing the use of the seal box, beautifully made by Markus Neidhardt.

Six Roman stili and a wooden stilus tablet, 1st-2nd century, London The stili were used to write on wax-surfaced tablets, few of which have survived. The letter on the wooden writing tablet has been translated: ‘Rufus, son of Callisunus, greetings to Epillicus and all his fellows. I believe you know that I am very well. If you have made the list, please send it. See that you do everything carefully so as to extract the last coin from that girl.

Six Roman stili and a wooden stilus tablet, century, London

Historical reconstruction - Festival del mondo antico - LEGIO XIII Capsarius / Medicus surgical instruments

Historical reconstruction - Festival del mondo antico - LEGIO XIII Capsarius / Medicus surgical instruments

Roman marbles in a display at the British Museum, London

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Museo de Badalona (Barcelona, España) | by Rafael del Pino.   Writing. 9.- Stylus or bone awl on a wax tablet réplica. 10.- Stylus. Bone. 11.- Stylus Bronze. 12.- Seal boxes.

Museo de Badalona (Barcelona, España) | by Rafael del Pino. Writing. 9.- Stylus or bone awl on a wax tablet réplica. 10.- Stylus. Bone. 11.- Stylus Bronze. 12.- Seal boxes.

15th or 16th century writing tablet. Tablets of ivory or wood with wax filled compartments were laced together with strips of leather or parchment in the form of a book.  Those on the outside provided a protective cover and the exterior surfaces were often embellished with figurative or geometric carvings.  Biblical scenes, figures of saints or secular images of courtly love and leisure pursuits were popular.

15th or 16th century writing tablet. Tablets of ivory or wood with wax filled compartments were laced together with strips of leather or parchment in the form of a book. Those on the outside provided a protective cover and the exterior surfaces were often embellished with figurative or geometric carvings. Biblical scenes, figures of saints or secular images of courtly love and leisure pursuits were popular.

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