The Best Toilet in History  A Roman toilet in the shape of a chariot from Caracalla , Rome , 2nd/3rd-Century AD!  At the British museum!!  Shared by Edith Cruz.  http://historybuff.com/the-best-toilet-in-history-bWl3deOrDJ0O Shared by Edith Cruz

A latrine from the Baths of Caracalla in Rome, shaped like a chariot. It is very similar to the Greek chair in shape with the high back and sloping arms, however it is has the chariot wheels and serves as a latrine. Both chairs are also made of marble.

A ROMAN BRONZE LADLE   CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D.   The hemispherical bowl with tall handle decorated with border on the outside, the terminal in the form of a wolf head, with traces of gilding

A ROMAN BRONZE LADLE CIRCA CENTURY A. The hemispherical bowl with tall handle decorated with border on the outside, the terminal in the form of a wolf head, with traces of gilding

Candélabre porte-lampes Ier siècle après J.-C. (avant 79) Provenance : Herculanum  | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

Candélabre porte-lampes Ier siècle après J.-C. (avant 79) Provenance : Herculanum | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

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Roman Lamps (Italy) ~ ~ A fine pair of bronze lamps, perhaps modelled on ancient Roman originals. Made in Italy during the century and sold as souveniers of the Grand Tour.

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