Silver ladle, part of a drinking set, inscribed in Latin: "Titus Utius son of Utius owns this ladle, which weighs 3 pounds and 4 scripula".

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1900,0730.6

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Silver ladle, part of a drinking set, inscribed in Latin: "Titus Utius son of Utius owns this ladle, which weighs 3 pounds and 4 scripula".

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  • Silver drinking-bowl, part of a drinking set.<br/>Flat base, moulded into shallow wing foot. Broad bowl with fairly steep sides. Thickened rounded rim; on interior rim is thumbed and rounded.<br/>The ghosts of two handles are visible. Interior quite pitted.

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  • Silver drinking-bowl, part of a drinking set.<br/>Flat base, moulded into shallow wing foot. Broad bowl with fairly steep sides. Thickened rounded rim; on interior rim is thumbed and rounded.<br/>The ghosts of two handles are visible. Interior quite pitted.

    Full: Front

  • Silver ladle, part of a drinking set, inscribed in Latin: "Titus Utius son of Utius owns this ladle, which weighs 3 pounds and 4 scripula".

    Full: Front