Brick, Tegula, CASSI, Civil manufacturer, Roman Imperial, 2nd–3rd Century AD

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Seller: ancient-market (468) 100%, Location: Marble Arch, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 264430741330 Brick of Civil (private) manufacturer CASSI Roof tile, so called tegula, burnt clay, diam. 134x85x31mm; imprint: CASSI. Roman Imperial, Carnuntum (ancient capital of Pannonia), 2nd-3rd Century AD Said to have been found in the 70s of last century in the farmland area of the Civil City in Carnuntum. condition: fragmented, imprint almost complete Literature: "Cassi" was also a major oil lamp manufacturer. Cf. E. Alram-Stern, Die römischen Lampen aus Carnuntum, OEAW, Vienna 1989, Cat.-No. 166, pl. 7. A lampmaker Cassius is mentioned in D.M.Bailey, Catalogue of the Lamps in the British Museum, volume III, London 1988, p. 153 We guarantee, that this item is genuine and from the period stated! The artefact comes well packed, registered and insured. On 26-Aug-19 at 14:26:40 BST, seller added the following information: Have a look at my other eBay-items too! We do combine shipment! Colour: Brown, Provenance: Private Collection, Vienna, Material: Terracotta, Type: tile, tegula, Roof-tile of private manufacturer CASSI: Roman Imperial, 2nd- 3rd Century AD

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