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Footprint of a dog in a Roman roof tile


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When roof tiles were being made in Roman Britain, they were left to dry in the sun before being fired. Sometimes, animals or people would walk over them, leaving footprints on them. In this example, a dog has walked across the tile.

14th Jun 2007


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Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3

Roman Romano-British tile roof building

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