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A glass bottle found at Venta Icenorum, NHER 9786. What did the Roman use to seal their bottles to stop the contents coming out?  Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service. NWHCM 1929.152.31:A

Find out more in the Romans (Caistor St Edmund) Resource Pack available on the Norfolk Heritage Explorer we...

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A glass bottle found at Venta Icenorum, NHER 9786. What did the Roman use to seal their bottles to stop the contents coming out? Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service. NWHCM 1929.152.31:A

Find out more in the Romans (Caistor St Edmund) Resource Pack available on the Norfolk Heritage Explorer website (www.heritage.norfolk.gov.uk).

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23rd Feb 2007

Subjects:
Art and Design, Design and Technology, English, History, ICT, Science

Key Stages:
Foundation, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 4+

Keywords:
Norfolk, archaeology, heritage, Roman, glass, bottle, venta, caistor

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