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[Romano-British beaker with barbotine decoration depicting chariot-racing.]

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[Central Gaulish relief-decorated lead-glazed flagon. 1st century AD.]

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[A late-Roman painted beaker made in Britain.]

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[A terracotta figure of a small, fluffy dog, made in Italy in the 1st century BC]

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[Moulded pipeclay peacock made in Central Gaul, 2nd century AD.]

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[East Gaulish pipeclay figurine of the goddess Fortuna, made at Cologne]

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[Harpocrates with a cockerel and bunch of grapes.]

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[Terra nigra relief-decorated vase from Cologne]

[Decorated terra sigillata bowl from Germany.]

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[Red gloss terra sigillata ware with relief decoration]

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[Moulds for terra sigillata bowls of form Dragendorff 37, made at the East Gaulish factory of Rheinzabern]

[A picture of Ancient Roman pottery]

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[A picture of Ancient Roman pottery]

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[Gladiators on an oil lamp]

[Two Roman Firmalampen]

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[A Gaulish pipeclay figurine of a mother]

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[Unusually ambitious Samian ware flask from Southern Gaul around 100 AD]

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[Display of South Gaulish samian plain vessels, illustrating standardisation of size]

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[A South Gaulish samian bowl of form Dr.37.  Late 1st century AD.]

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[Central Gaulish samian vessel, Dr]

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[Central Gaulish samian vessel with 'cut-glass' decoration.]

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[Selection of undecorated terra sigillata from La Graufesenque.]

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[Types of Roman amphorae, which were kept in racks.]

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[Silenus and Eros]

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[1st century AD figure, from Pompeii, of Aeneas escaping from Troy carrying his father Anchises, with traces of the...]

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