Reliefs from the monument of Eurysaces.

Late 1st century BCE.

Rome, Tomb of Eurysaces

Description:
1 — weighing and acceptance of grain; 2 — grinding, sifting of flour; 3 — stirring and rolling dough out, a bread oven.
Credits:
© Photo, text: M.E. Sergeenko. Prostie lyudi drevnei Italii. — Izdatel’stvo “Nauka”. Moskva — Leningrad, 1964, s. 66—67.
From: М. Rostovzeff. The social and economic history of the roman Empire, tabl. II.
RUSSIAN

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