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In its widest sense indicates a gymnasium, in a more restricted meaning it designates that section which is reserved for physical education
Word or phrase which is unaltered if read backwards.
Portion of blown glass which the vessel was modeled.
Fork with two teeth used to plant seeds and vines.
Deep round recipient with a smooth horizontal handle, grooved or decorated on the tip by a human or animal head.
Expression which alludes to the political and economic stabillity and to the social tranquility which the Roman Empire brought to the people.
Perforated flat pin
Piece of bone or wood used to hold the belt of the spinning wheel.
Inner courtyard surrounded by porticoes.
Medal or pendant used by the military as an award, amulet or ornament of military equipment or harness.
Representation of the male sexual organ.
Vertical architectonic element that supports the blinder or the arch.
Dart or javelin used by the infantry (heavy weapon of the legionaries).
Dart or javelin used by the cavalry (light weapon of the cavalry).
Cake made of flour and oats mixed with cheese and honey.
horizontal arm of a plough.
Base of a building, particularly of a temple.
First centurian of the first cohort; second file of the legion.
Place under the front porch of a temple.
Gruel made of cereals with a predominance of wheat.
Winged infantile figure.