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A recreated Roman kitchen in the Pompejanium.

Ancient Roman Recipes

Did you imagine that ancient Romans spent their time indulging in lavish banquets? Ordinary people ate ordinary meals, not very different to what we eat today.

How to Cook Like a Roman: 8 steps (with pictures) - wikiHow

Cook Like a Roman

How to Cook Like a Roman. Much of Western cooking, and especially Mediterranean cooking, descends from Roman cooking. To cook like a Roman today you need to use only ingredients that were available to the Romans, adapt your cooking.

glass goods from Roman tombs of the 1st to 3rd century AD Romano-Germanic Museum in Cologne | Bodendenkmalpflege

Glass Goods from Roman Tombs -- Centuries CE -- Romano-Germanic Museum, Cologne.

L`Ultima Frontiera. Taurica 1461-1490.  SCA folk, but I like the hair wrap on the right.

L`Ultima Frontiera. Taurica SCA folk, but I like the hair wrap on the…

All ancient cultures from the egyptians, and romans, to the vikings, used to grind grain always freshly, by hand, into wholemeal flour. That's why their general health was so much better than ours, since such flour contains the vital vitamines of the B-complex!  Vikingsnitt

All ancient cultures from the egyptians, and romans, to the vikings, used to…

A Roman tent - made of hide eight men (a contubernium) slept inside it. IT was rolled up when not in use and carried on a mule.

The Contubernium: The word 'contubernium' means 'tent party' and indicates that these 8 men shared a tent when on campaign.

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