The Tripod - A irreplaceable Tool
Tripods played a major role in the daily life during antiquity. They were used for a great many things. They could be used for decorative purposes as well as for cooking or storing groceries. They even fulfilled religious tasks.
The tripos at hand is pretty simple in its form - tripods like those were mostly used for cooking. In order to do so, one had to start a little coal fire underneath it, put on a pot, fill it with what one wanted to eat and start cooking. They were widely spread among legionaries, traveling merchants, pilgrims and travelers in general.
This item is completely forged by hand and therefore, comes pretty close to the ancient originals it was modeled after. If you too want to experience life a Roman legionary or traveling citizen then this is just the thing for you! You can also use it for camping trips, garden parties and other shenanigans. It will always be the center of attention and a good conversation starter.
Tripod Facts and Data
- Hand forged
- Made from iron
- Weighs approx. 1,7 kg
- Circa 20 centimeters in height
- Modeled after authentic archaeological finds
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