Roman wine Ship from Trier Neumagen silver color
Roman replica of a ancient wine shipThe original tomb of a wine merchant! The Neumagen wine ship of about 220 AD shows two men who control it, six oarsmen and 22 wooden oars. Due to the shape of the barrels and the fact that this ship is being rowed, it can be concluded that local wine from the Mosel region was shipped and exported on this ship. This Roman wine ship was found in Neumagen - Dhron as the foundation part of a fort. The original is in the State Museum in Trier. A copy is today at the Peterskapelle in Neumagen-Dhron.
- Length of the wine vessel about 36 cm
- Boat height about 20 cm
- Original in the Landesmuseum Trier
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