Gallo-Roman furnace, artwork

Gallo-Roman furnace, artwork

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Credit: JEAN SOUTIF/LOOK AT SCIENCES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Gallo-Roman furnace. Cutaway artwork of workers tending a furnace being used to fire stacks of clay pottery. The scene depicted here is based on archaeological and historical accounts of furnaces used in Gallo-Roman times. Gallo-Roman refers to the culture of Gaul (modern-day France) under the Roman Empire, from 58 BC to the third century AD, though the culture persisted after the end of the Roman Empire.

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