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Case 12: Rome: wealth & empire
44 BC - AD 337

Roman Cambridgeshire

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Vessels from Roman Cambridgeshire

This bowl (patera) is finely decorated, with a central roundel showing a winged griffin attacking a deer. It was once attached to the fluted handle (Loan Ant.38). The bowl is inlaid with silver and was probably made in Italy.

Date: around AD 1–100 
Find spot: Dan Hill, Cambridgeshire, England
bronze (copper alloy)
On loan from Trinity College, Cambridge

Object Number: Loan Ant.37

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