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Frixorium

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Frixorium is an ancient Roman frying pan. Flat metal plate with small edges around the perimeter and handles. In ancient Rome, it was actively used both among the civilian population and among the military in marching conditions. It was usually made of copper alloys or iron.

Frying pans, bronze. Viilla Gragnano. Pompeii Archaeological Park. 1st century AD
Protven, bronze. Viilla Gragnano. Pompeii Archaeological Park. 1st century AD

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Peaceful Utensils, Ancient military campaigns, Patera, Boiler

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An iron frying pan from Judea. 1-2 century AD
An iron frying pan from Judea. 1-2 century AD