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A segment of Roman pottery roof tile (Tegula) found in the River Thames, London (1) SOLD
A segment of Roman pottery roof tile (Tegula) found in the River Thames, London (1) SOLD
A segment of Roman pottery roof tile (Tegula) found in the River Thames, London (1) SOLD A segment of Roman pottery roof tile (Tegula) found in the River Thames, London (1) SOLD A segment of Roman pottery roof tile (Tegula) found in the River Thames, London (1) SOLD A segment of Roman pottery roof tile (Tegula) found in the River Thames, London (1) SOLD
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c.2nd/3rd Century A.D. A segment of Roman pottery roof tile (Tegula) found in the River Thames, London and from a london collection. The Tegula was the large flat tile with raised ridges on either side, over which an Imbrex, an elongate domed tile fitted over, effectively locking them together and preventing water ingress (see last image for examples of complete Roman roof tiles and showing how they interlocked). In good overall condition, an interesting Roman item, approx. 70mm wide x 67mm deep x 40mm thick.