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Well-to-do Romans loved a richly laid table. In the provinces, too, they would acquire quality products from merchants: luxury earthenware and glass, bronze and silver tableware. This wine cup was ordered from a silversmith in Italy and graced the table of a Roman army commander in Germania. The smith engraved his name, Marcus Accius, under the foot.
Made in Campania (?), found in Westbaden (Germany), early 1st century AD. Inventory number: 788.