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Variety of corindum of blue color.
Hoe used for weeding and digging the earth.
Architectural rule which demanded the convergence of fašades and lateral walls to one point.
Surgical instrument used for anatomical dissection
Craftsman who worked with marble and engraved precious stones.
Axe used to split and cut wood.
Bronze coin correspondent to six ounces.
Weight, submultiple of a libra, equivalent to half an ounce.
Weight submultiple of the pound, equivalent of an ounce and half.
Bronze coin equivalent to four asses.
Weight, submultiple of a libra, equivalent to two ounces.
See, terra sigilatta.
Gold coin, submultiple of the solidus.
Ladle used in sacrifices to pour wine.
Bucket for the transport and heating of water.
Small vessel of rounded body with two ring shaped handles from which a fine horizontal rim extends.
Cylindrical part of certain metallic instruments in which adapts the cable.
Gold coin minted in the 5th century a.D.
Disk with a central hole that fits in the thin part of the spindle for maintaining vertical and to hold the thread.
Statera or trutina
Scales of Roman origin.
Stone plaque destined to register the mortuary inscription.
Pointed instrument for writing on the waxed wooden boards see (cerae).
Instrument used for scraping the oils and dirt from the body.
Building associated to the cult of Mitra, but different from the mithraeum.
Paving supported by pillars or arches.
Shoemaker or he who sews skins and leathers.