Sketchfab April 2020 Challenge: 3D-ify This in Your Style
A wax tablet is a tablet made of wood and covered with a layer of wax.
It was used as a reusable and portable writing surface in Antiquity.
Private Roman library (bibliotheka) usually found at Roman house (Domus).
In scene there is a shelf and various scrolls.
Roman amphora found at Mediterranean, Northern Italy, Middle and Eastern Europe.
Dimensions: approximately: 85cm height, 38 cm wide.
Period: during the I Century A.D.
Used for wine.
Roman amphora found at Western Mediterranean, Middle and Northern Europe.
Dimensions: approximately: 115cm height, 30 cm wide.
Period: from the second half of II to the end of I Century B.C.
Used for wine.
In ancient Rome, a tintinnabulum was a wind chime or assemblage of bells.
The word can refer to the deity himself (Fascinus), to phallus effigies and amulets, and to the spells used to invoke his divine protection.
Tablinum mensa (office table)
Marble table suitable for house office (tablinum) of usual Roman house (Domus).
Amphora; Roman IV Century A.D.
aka Medium cylindrical (Keay XXV, 1-3), Roman amphora found at Mediterranean and continental Europe.
Dimensions: approximately: 110cm height, 25 cm wide.
Period: second half of the IV to the first half of the V Century A.D.
Used to preserve fish.
Roman metal brazier found in Roman house (domus) as light and heat source.
Roman couch found in servant sleeping rooms (lectus cubicularis) of usual Roman house (domus).