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Roman weight

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Roman weight
Roman weight

Roman scale, made of bronze. Dated on the 1st-2nd century CE. The object was found in the village of Hrtkovci in northern Serbia.

On the horizontal beam, you can see the Roman numerals – I, II, III, IIII on one side and III, V, XV on the other. A round weight is attached to the beam at one end and a chain with hooks at the other end. The artifact is in the Vojvodina Museum in Novi Sad.


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