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Haldis Karldottir, jarlskona, do the cooking

Haldis Karldottir, jarlskona, do the cooking

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File:De lakenmarkt te ’s-Hertogenbosch circa 1530

File:De lakenmarkt te ’s-Hertogenbosch circa 1530

Scabbards (early to mid 13th centery)

Scabbards (early to mid centery)

Ipotesi ricostruttiva di fodero di coltello in cuoio inciso, la decorazione è stata ispirata dal reperto inglese ritrovato fuori stratigrafia, pubblicato in Knives and Scabbards, probabilmente databile tra il XIII e il XIV secolo d.C.. Strato interno in vacchetta di 1 mm  di spessore e strato esterno in capra da 1 mm di spessore.

Ipotesi ricostruttiva di fodero di coltello in cuoio inciso, la decorazione è stata ispirata dal reperto inglese ritrovato fuori stratigrafia, pubblicato in Knives and Scabbards, probabilmente databile tra il XIII e il XIV secolo d.C.. Strato interno in vacchetta di 1 mm di spessore e strato esterno in capra da 1 mm di spessore.

Seljuk Bronze Bowl - AMD.180, Origin: Central Asia, Circa: 11 th Century AD to 13 th Century AD

Seljuk Bronze Bowl - Origin: Central Asia, Circa: 11 th Century AD to 13 th Century AD

Dragon candlesticks (candlesticks in bronze), Middle to 2 Half of the 12th Century, Materials: Copper alloy, cast chased; Dimensions: H. 14.2 cm; L. 11.6 cm

Dragon candlesticks (candlesticks in bronze), Middle to 2 Half of the Century, Materials: Copper alloy, cast chased;

The Romans mostly ate with their fingers. When they were served dished that required utensils, they used spoons and knives. Although forks were common utensils in the villa, they were usually reserved for cooking use only.

SPAIN / HISPANIA (Roman Spain) - The Romans mostly ate with their fingers. When they were served dished that required utensils, they used spoons and knives. Although forks were common utensils in the villa, they were usually reserved for cooking use only.