You know what would make this vase better? Painting pictures of orgies on it that’s what.
A Writer’s Tools
A writer’s tools might include an inkwell and papyrus scrolls or less expensive wax tablets and stylus. The tablets could also be bound and they could be erased with the flat end of the stylus. Papyrus was made of the pith of a water plant; ink was a mixture of soot, resin, wine dregs and cuttlefish.
Roman Terracotta Inkwell (1st or 2nd Century A.D.)
Roman/Egyptian Papyrus Letter (early 3rd Century A.D.)
Byzantine/Egyptian Wooden Tablet (500-700 A.D.)
Roman Bronze Stylus (1st or 2nd Century A.D.)
) The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This rural highway is actually Western Avenue in South Los Angeles as seen in 1932 near its intersection with 114th Street.
Part of the Dick Whittington Photography Collection in the USC Digital Library.
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