Beware Of The Dog
Romans loved their dogs just like we do today. So, it does not come as a surprise that some dog owners of ancient times felt the need to warn passersbys about the potential risk going out from man's best friend. Therefore, the Latin phrase “Cave Canem” which translates to “Beware of the dog” could be found quite frequently all over Roman settlements. That was also true for Pompeii. Oftentimes, warnings like that would be directly written onto the walls of the houses. But some wealthier Romans hat the warning signs be done as little mosaics. Just like the item at hand.
With this set you are now able to easily recreate one of those funny signs for yourself.
Not only is it a neat gimmick for every dog owner, but it also makes for a great learning resource for pupils of all ages! Thus, do not hesitate to place your order now and either create a unique and funny present for your favorite dog owner or give your child and amusing afternoon activity without any multimedia influences!
Cave Canem Template Facts and Data
- Helps you create your very own mosaic
- Can be mounted on a wall or used as floor covering
- Suited for children and adults
- Great crafting experiences
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