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Roman/ Pompeian Bakery +++ drawing by Andrea Tosolini

Roman/ Pompeian Bakery +++ drawing by Andrea Tosolini

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Roman civilization, 1st century A.D. Lava cylindrical millstone used for grinding wheat. From Pompei, House of the Blacksmith

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Roman civilization, 1st century A.D. Lava cylindrical millstone used for grinding wheat. From Pompei, House of the Blacksmith

Roman Grain Milling | Animal traction Roman millstone substituted Roman human traction ...

Roman Grain Milling | Animal traction Roman millstone substituted Roman human traction ...

A 1894 chromolithograph of Ancient Romans tools, vehicles and more.  More than a hundred different images, each one is interesting and the plate looks amazing.

A 1894 chromolithograph of Ancient Romans tools, vehicles and more. More than a hundred different images, each one is interesting and the plate looks amazing.

The Roman gardener weeding the vines.

The Roman gardener weeding the vines.

Roman Scissors.    FYI:Scissors were invented in Egypt about 1500BC and made of a single piece of metal (bronze).  About 100AD, the Romans improved on this design by having the blades cross each other..kind of like today's nippers.    Crewel Jewels Scissor Museum

Crafting Through History: Scissors

Roman Scissors. FYI:Scissors were invented in Egypt about 1500BC and made of a single piece of metal (bronze). About 100AD, the Romans improved on this design by having the blades cross each other..kind of like today's nippers. Crewel Jewels Scissor Museum

Mosaic Istanbul

Mosaic Istanbul

Roman agriculture - In the 5th century BC, farms in Rome were small and family-owned. The Greeks of this period, however, had started using crop rotation and had large estates. Rome's contact with Carthage, Greece, and the Hellenistic East in the 3rd and 2nd centuries improved Rome's agricultural methods. Farm sizes in Rome are divided into three categories. Small farms were from 18–108 iugera.  Medium-sized farms were from 80–500 iugera. Large estates (called latifundia) were over 500…

Roman agriculture - In the 5th century BC, farms in Rome were small and family-owned. The Greeks of this period, however, had started using crop rotation and had large estates. Rome's contact with Carthage, Greece, and the Hellenistic East in the 3rd and 2nd centuries improved Rome's agricultural methods. Farm sizes in Rome are divided into three categories. Small farms were from 18–108 iugera. Medium-sized farms were from 80–500 iugera. Large estates (called latifundia) were over 500…

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Gaul - Wine press - Scene of agriculture

Gaul - Wine press - Scene of agriculture

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