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Roman frieze showing carpenters at work

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Roman frieze showing representatives of carpentry (ars fabri tignarii) at work. The carpenter’s college built the roof of the Jupiter Temple on the Capitoline Hill in the 6th century BCE and was responsible for its maintenance and conservation until the imperial times.

The object is dated to the reign of the Flavian dynasty (69-96 CE); now it is in the Centrale Montemartini Museum in Rome.

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