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Heated rom in the thermae where hot baths were taken.
Wax candle for illumination.
Vessel with handles: this form, originating in Greece, was associated with Bacchus.
Pinnacle of the column.
Red color chalcedony.
Machine to throw stones and other objects at distance.
Surgical instrument used for crop of the liquid of the bladder.
Sloping area with the seats of an ancient theatre, amphitheatre or circus.
Portuguese copper coin minted from the 15 th Century.
Close part of the temple, where was met the statue of the cult of the god.
Waxed wooden board used for writing.
Microcristaline variety of quartz, generally translucent.
Sheet of papyrus or parchment for letters.
Roughness of the foundry.
Vase used for sheltering the ashes of buried bodies according to the rite of the incineration.
Principal municipal sewer.
Group of cerae or chartae.
Administrative division, encompassing a number of cities.
Ornament that finishes the top the entablature of the building.
Christian Monogram formed by the letters Greek alpha and ómega: after Constantini's conversion, it became its official emblem.
Recipient of refractary clay or metal for the foundry of metals.
Subterranean ambulatory, supporting the floor of a monumental structure.
Grave in form and barrel or half barrel.
The place of assembly for senatorial or local representatives.
Palette used for the amalgam of ointments.