Roman bread from Pompeii, Italy. Pompeii was buried under a thick layer of volcanic ash by a catastrophic eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. The site of the town was rediscovered in 1748, and subsequent excavations revealed buildings and artefacts in a remarkably well preserved state.
A small kitchen from Pompeii in the year 79, with cooking utensils.
Fish and vegetables hanging up in the cupboard, still-life. Mosaic, Roman artwork, 2nd century CE. From the villa at Tor Marancia, near the Catacombs of Domitilla.Roman Mosaic. Food. Tor Marancia Villa. Rome, Italy.
Portrait of the baker Terentius Neo with his Wife found on the wall of a Pompeii house. 1st Century
Preserved loaf of Bread from Pompeii. Shows where it has been stamped with the makers Bread Stamp.
Wall painting from Pompeii: woman with scroll and child reading (Roman, 1st century CE)
Wall painting found in Pompeii depicting ancient Roman bakery.
MAP ca. 150 CE. Kushan Empire. Kujula Kadphises united the disparate tribes in the 1st C. BCE wresting control of the area from the Scytho-Parthians, the Yuezhi moved south into the N.W. Indian known as Gandhara (now parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan) and established a capital near Kabul.
The Aristocratic Women, Illustration of the tale of 'The Necklace of Thread', From the Maha-Ummagga Jataka (Story of the Great Tunnel)? - Pakistan, Gandhara region, 2nd century.
7th C. A seated buddhist devata in the position of royal ease. From Fondukistan, a budddhist center in Gandhâra (ancient eastern afghanistan). Dried unbaked clay, painted. Musée Guimet.,