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Everyday life in Pontes, Roman Staines - an oyster shell. Visitors to Roman Britannia were not impressed by the cold wet climate and found the locals uncultured and at times somewhat hostile. What they did appreciate though were the fine, if ugly, hunting dogs and the excellent oysters. This is one of many oyster shells found amongst other Roman finds in Staines. ‘Kent ware’ pottery found in Staines was typically used for the transport of oysters, suggesting the Kent coast as the source for this oyster shell. Writing of the period describes a dressing of pepper, lovage, egg yolk, vinegar, fish sauce, olive oil and wine. Very tasty.
Note: In the ‘FeatureMatching’ node of Meshroom it was critical to enable the ‘Guided Matching’ feature or Meshroom rejects 50% (one side) of the cameras. With this feature enabled there was 100% camera use. Meshlab was used to tidy-up any unwanted background and to decimate the structure.