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A wooden comb found at Venta Icenorum, NHER 9786. Why do you think not many Roman wooden objects survive today? Copyright Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service. NWHCM 1980.330.1:A

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A wooden comb found at Venta Icenorum, NHER 9786. Why do you think not many Roman wooden objects survive today? Copyright Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service. NWHCM 1980.330.1:A

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

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7th Mar 2007

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Art and Design, Design and Technology, English, History, ICT, Mathematics, Science

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