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Craftsman who worked with copper or bronze.
Craftsman who worked with silver.
Craftsman who worked with gold.
Expression which until the 4th c.a.D. designated the craftsman who worked with marble, the sculptor and he who cut precious stones.
Craftsman who worked with wood.
Craftsman who made cars.
Craftsman who made boats.
Knife for cutting the grapes from the vine.
Bronze arab coin.
Agricultural instrument for pruning.
Sickle used for cutting weeds and crops.
See falx arboraria.
Vine pruning knife.
Fronton that crowned the central part of a building and, for analogy, the top of an votive altar.
Type of pin for securing clothing.
The emperors Vespasian, Titus and Dominitian (69-96 a.D.) members of the gens Flavia.
Silver plated bronze coin, similar to the as of the Early Roman Empire.
Pincers with are extracted the roots of the teeth and the cysts.
Monumental centre of political, civil, cultural and religious life.
Zone of the planking among to architrave and the cornice.
Cold water room in the Roman baths.