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Pin with which the Roman women held their hairstyles.
Roman magistrate to whom was given the municipal responsibility of construction of buildings and infrastructures and the accomplishment of certain games.
First coin (of bronze) struck by the Romans c.269 b.C.
Striped variety of chalcedony
Fossil resin, translucent and frail of color amid yellow and the light red.
Variety of quartz presenting tonalities amid violet and lilac.
Building of elliptic plant where took place combats of gladiators and of wild beasts and other public games.
Recipient of two wings for transport of wine, olive oil and preserved food.
Reversing of the letters of a name, to the point of forming another word.
Silver copper or bronze coin, minted from 260 and imitated by the Barbarian emperors and clandestine mints.
- Room of the baths close of the entrance (usually the first room) that served of cloak-room.
Construction of semi-circular plant, covered by vault
Altar destined to sacrifices; stone in form of altar to receive a votive or mortuary inscription .
Central area of the amphitheatre, it was generally covered of sand.
- Silver coin introduced by Dioclecian with characteristics identical to the Neronian denarius.
Adze that was good to thin wood.
Bronze coin equivalent of half a ounce.
Tarsus bone used by Greeks and Roman as a dice of playing
Black ink for writing on papyrus or parchment.
Entrance hall of a Roman house, generally covered by an inward sloping roof with a large central opening (compluvium) through which rainwater fell into a cistern (impluvium) below.
See also tabularius
Instrument of blow (flute).