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Roman kitchenware from Pompeii

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Roman kitchenware from Pompeii
Roman kitchenware from Pompeii | Photo: Soprintendenza Speciale per I Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompeii

Roman kitchenware from Pompeii. From the left side, you can see: a frying pan, a baking tray, a jug, a round pan with two handles, a standing grill, a bucket and a ladle. Objects are made of bronze; are in the National Archaeological Museum of Pompeii.

There are still traces of fire on the dishes. Pans were usually used to fry fish, meat and vegetables. Water and wine were mixed in the bucket, and the mixed drink was poured into a jug, which in turn was used to pour the drink.

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