Craticula: Roman Cooking Device made of Steel for Reenactment and more

Item number: AH31020

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Category: Cooking & fire place


119,90 €
≈ £ 110.19

including 19% VAT., no shipping costs

6 In stock

Shipping time: 1 - 3 workdays



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20,00 Kg

Barbecuing like a Legionary

If you are an active member of the reenactment community and specialize in the Roman times, then this craticula is an absolutely must-have item for you! Every legion carried craticulae. They took them with them wherever they went. They served as some kind of early field kitchen. But they are not just good for barbecuing but also for many more things. You can also put in pots for boiling and pans for frying. Sometimes they even came with built in ovens.

If you too desire to enjoy a genuinely prepared meal after a long day of LARPing and reenactment, then this is just the thing for you to have. But it is not only good for reenactment camps - you can of course use it at home as well. It makes for a great grill and will be the highlight of your next garden party.

You can use it just by lighting a coal fire underneath the craticula. It is as easy as they come. Furthermore, only high-end raw materials have been used in the making of this handy device to assure you of its usefulness and longevity.

Craticula Facts

  • Made from high quality steel
  • Height: 36 cm
  • Length: 60 cm
  • Width: 45 cm
  • Weight: Approx. 18 kilos
  • Modeled after archaeological finds
  • Only to be used outside

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