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Roman relief showing men operating crane

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Roman relief showing men operating crane
Roman relief showing men operating crane | Photo: Dan Diffendale via Flickr

Roman relief from the tomb of the Haterii family. As can be seen in the bas-relief, the family was involved in construction work. We can see the building and the men operating the crane. The object is dated from the 1st-2nd century CE; now it is in the Vatican Museums in Rome.

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