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Roman objects found in grave in Naissus

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Roman items found in the tomb at Naissus
Roman objects found in grave in Naissus

Roman objects found in a grave in ancient Naissus, present-day city of Niš (south-eastern Serbia). Objects are dated back to 4th century CE. Finding consists of enamelled jug, glass cup, two dice numerated from 1 to 6, and 24 tokens – 2 made of marble and 22 made of bone, with numeration and without it.


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