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House of C. Julius Polybius - Small kitchen, Pompeii with kitchen with cooking utensils. A tripod with cauldron can still be seen in the fireplace, as well as an assortment of pots. Piccola cucina, Pompei 79 d Ancient Pompeii, Pompeii And Herculaneum, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Pompeii Ruins, European History, Ancient Egypt

Archaeological sites Pompeii |Tips Pompeii Ruins| B&B

Small kitchen, Pompeii 79CE, with kitchen with cooking utensils. A tripod with cauldron can still be seen in the fireplace, as well as an assortment of pots. Piccola cucina, Pompei 79 d, Pompei ruins, Italy

Historical Artefact, Cookware from Pompeii Source:. Ancient Pompeii, Pompeii And Herculaneum, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Egypt, American History, Historical Artifacts

Pompeii finds: cookware. For cooking.That cooks use to cook with. (I added that last bit myself ;)

Fresco found in Pompeii depicting ancient Roman bakery. Ancient Pompeii, Pompeii And Herculaneum, Pompeii Italy, Rome Antique, Art Antique, Roman History, Art History, Ancient Roman Food, Art Romain

History - Ancient History in depth: Work and Play in Everyday Pompeii Gallery

Everyday life preserved beneath the ash, by Dr Joanne Berry

Bronze serving ware recovered from Herculaneum and Pompeii Roman century CE Ancient Roman Houses, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Aliens, American History, Pompeii Italy, Pompeii And Herculaneum

Bronze serving ware recovered from Herculaneum and Pompeii Roman 1st century CE (3)

Photographed at the Museo Archaeologico Nazionale di Napoli.

Tomb of Eurysaces, Rome, late century BCE Fascist Architecture, Cultural Architecture, Classical Architecture, Historical Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Rome, Rome Streets, Fantasy Places

Tomb of Eurysaces. Rome, Tomb of Eurysaces

Tomb of Eurysaces. Late 1st century BCE. Rome, Tomb of Eurysaces. The tomb of Marcus Vergilius Eurysaces the baker. Eurysaces built the tomb for himself and perhaps also his wife Atistia around the end of the Republic (ca. 50-20 BC). Located in a prominent position just outside today's Porta Maggiore

in jewry wall museum Leicester Uk. The table, frying pan and shelves haven't changed much in about 2000 years. Pretty bad photo sharpened which makes it worse. It was gloomy.

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“The famous fish mosaic from Pompeii, now house in Naples Museum. The mosaic comes from the House of the Faun. The focal point of this mosaic is the struggle between the Octopus and the Crayfish. Over 21 different sea creatures are shown in the mosaic. Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Art History, Pompeii History, Ancient Fish, Rome Antique, Art Antique, Art Romain, Motif Art Deco

Lapham's Quarterly

Aquaculture is the fastest growing form of food production in the world, and in Ancient Rome, keeping fish was always preferred to catching it. Here are some examples of what agriculture writer...

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Colander, Bronze, Cent B. Colanders were abundant in Pompeiian households. The geometric patterns punched into the bowl provided a decorative element as they were stored on kitchen walls.

Colander, Pompeii, Bronze, 1st Cent B.C.E. Colanders were abundant in Pompeiian households. The geometric patterns punched into the bowl provided a decorative element as they were stored on kitchen walls.

Mosaic with Fishes, National Museum, Rome Ancient Roman Food, Ancient Romans, Ancient Art, Art Antique, Byzantine Art, Roman Art, 1st Century, Your Spirit Animal, Fish Design

Roman Art. Fishes. Mosaic, 1st century BC. Museo Nazionale Romano,...

Roman Art. Fishes. Mosaic, 1st century BC. Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy