Very rare Roman Herodian bronze ink-well, 37 B.C. – 70 A.D.

Roman inkpots came in a variety of different shapes and sizes, but they were usually cylindrical and solitary and often had intricate double lids. Most contained less than 50 ml of ink, but some were much larger, up to 300 ml capacity.


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