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Roman vase, Roman grater, 1st-3rd century A.D. Roman vase, Roman grater, North Africa colonies, roman pottery grater with inlcusion in the bottom to grate food, 25 cm diameter. Private collection

Roman vase, Roman grater, 1st-3rd century A.D. Roman vase, Roman grater, North Africa colonies, roman pottery grater with inlcusion in the bottom to grate food, 25 cm diameter. Private collection

Megarian bowl, 2nd-1st century B.C. Megarian bowl, Roman pottery vase black ware, mould made, the base decorated with four Erotes, each with a bird and a human face above, amidst floral devices, all around a central facing Gorgoneion, 10.7 cm diameter. Private collection

Megarian bowl, 2nd-1st century B.C. Megarian bowl, Roman pottery vase black ware, mould made, the base decorated with four Erotes, each with a bird and a human face above, amidst floral devices, all around a central facing Gorgoneion, 10.7 cm diameter. Private collection

Roman vase, Roman Garum, Roman amphora with remains of garum, 1st century A.D. Roman vase, Roman Garum, Roman amphora with remains of garum. Private collection

Roman vase, Roman Garum, Roman amphora with remains of garum, 1st century A.D. Roman vase, Roman Garum, Roman amphora with remains of garum. Private collection

Megarian bowl, 2nd-1st century B.C. Megarian bowl, Roman pottery vase black ware, mould made, the base decorated with four Erotes, each with a bird and a human face above, amidst floral devices, all around a central facing Gorgoneion, 10.7 cm diameter. Private collection

Megarian bowl, 2nd-1st century B.C. Megarian bowl, Roman pottery vase black ware, mould made, the base decorated with four Erotes, each with a bird and a human face above, amidst floral devices, all around a central facing Gorgoneion, 10.7 cm diameter. Private collection

Pilgrim flask, terracotta pilgrim flask, Coptic Egypt, 480- 650 A.D. Pilgrim flask depicting Saint Menas on eithe side, flanked by camels, his arms outstretched in blessing, above each arm is a quincunx, representing a cross, all within a beaded circular border. These small flasks were probably produced at the pilgrimage center of Abu Mena, south-west of Alexandria, to sell to the devout as a souvenir of a visit and have been deduced to have contained holy water, 9.5 high. Private collection

Pilgrim flask, terracotta pilgrim flask, Coptic Egypt, 480- 650 A.D. Pilgrim flask depicting Saint Menas on eithe side, flanked by camels, his arms outstretched in blessing, above each arm is a quincunx, representing a cross, all within a beaded circular border. These small flasks were probably produced at the pilgrimage center of Abu Mena, south-west of Alexandria, to sell to the devout as a souvenir of a visit and have been deduced to have contained holy water, 9.5 high. Private collection

Roman vase, Roman grater, 1st-3rd century A.D. Roman vase, Roman grater, North Africa colonies, roman pottery grater with inlcusion in the bottom to grate food, 25 cm diameter. Private collection

Roman vase, Roman grater, 1st-3rd century A.D. Roman vase, Roman grater, North Africa colonies, roman pottery grater with inlcusion in the bottom to grate food, 25 cm diameter. Private collection

Roman pilgrim flask, 1st century A.D. Roman pilgrim flask, Eastern Mediterranean Holy land pottery pilgrim flask with one little handle used to carry Holy water from pilgrims, 18.2 cm high. Private collection

Roman pilgrim flask, 1st century A.D. Roman pilgrim flask, Eastern Mediterranean Holy land pottery pilgrim flask with one little handle used to carry Holy water from pilgrims, 18.2 cm high. Private collection

Garum, Roman vase, Roman Garum, Roman amphora with remains of garum, 1st century A.D. Roman vase, Roman Garum, Roman amphora with remains of garum. Private collection

Garum, Roman vase, Roman Garum, Roman amphora with remains of garum, 1st century A.D. Roman vase, Roman Garum, Roman amphora with remains of garum. Private collection

Roman vase, Colchester circus vase, 175 A.D. Roman charioteer racing his quadriga racing chariot and four horses. British Museum

Roman vase, Colchester circus vase, 175 A.D. Roman charioteer racing his quadriga racing chariot and four horses. British Museum

Roman obsidian skyphos, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. With everted rim and grooved ring foot, the handles with a ring for the fore-finger, framed with scrolling thumb-rest above and finger-rest below, the body engraved with stippled band of stylised vine with berries, with bands of diagonal lines above and below, 6 cm high. Private collection

Roman obsidian skyphos, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. With everted rim and grooved ring foot, the handles with a ring for the fore-finger, framed with scrolling thumb-rest above and finger-rest below, the body engraved with stippled band of stylised vine with berries, with bands of diagonal lines above and below, 6 cm high. Private collection

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