The Roman Household
Roman Technology: Engineers, Scientists, Builders
Equipment to measure... RGM Köln and British Museum, London
a rapid scale in bronze, weight missing, RGM Köln
Water pipe system (ancient plumbing), British Museum, London
A pioneering axe (dolabra), Munich Archeological Museum
and to write....
writing equipment for a letter home, RGM Köln
Grafitti on Terra sigilata
from the Munich Archeological Museum
An early Abacus to calculate profit and loss
Health and Beauty
above medicinal instruments, below a mirror and a set strigili for the baths.... RG Museum Köln
closer look at the medicinal box
A stamp for ophtalmologist's prescriptions, Munich Archeological Museum
shaving knive, needles, scissors (Nijmegen Museum)
a dodecaeder of unknown purpose...., Louvre, Paris
Buildings: Mosaic Floors
A heavy builder's crane to lift heavy loads during a construction
Rudder of a Roman Boat (RG Museum Köln, Germany)
A lead bar stamped by the Legio XIX, this is one of the three legions
destroyed under the general P Quinctilius
Varus by the German tribes under Arminius in 9 AD
Related Sections of the Roman Numismatic Gallery:
The Location of Roman Legions
from Caesar to ca. 300 AD is summarized in a table.
Military Equipment, and Military Diplomas
Roman Legionary Bricks
Countermarks of roman legions on coins are shown in the Legionary Countermark section.
Coins making reference to roman legions are to be found in the Legionary Coin section.
Wars and Victories on Roman coins.
Roman Military Main Page