Ancient Roman bakery
The Roman bakery
This model of a Roman bakery originates from a relief in a Roman grave. It shows the bakery of the baker Marcus Vergilius Eurysaces, a hard-working and successful baker from the year 200 BC. This illustrative presentation of the ancient Roman bakery indicates that there was no big difference to a bakery nowadays. Even today, we remain true to the principles of ancient Roman bakery.
Ancient bakery art until today
In the Roman bakery, the grain was ground, screened and checked just as in modern times. In the ancient larger bakeries even kneading machines were used, which were of course incomparable with today's much bigger machines, but they worked on the same principle. The dough was molded on large purpose-built tables and baked in the oven.
- 32 pieces for crafting on 7 sheets (A4)
Crafting fun with antiquity
Here you can adapt the ancient Roman bakery of the hardworking Marcus Vergilius Eurysaces, with 32 parts of high quality, solid crafting templates in A4. This wonderful crafting fun gives history fans a great variety and should not be missing in an antique collection. The Roman bakery is part of the larger ancient history which has laid the principle of modern bakeries and whereupon we buy and enjoy our excellent pastries today.
Entertainment for the whole family
With the creation of this Roman bakery, the whole family has great crafting fun ahead of them, because the handling is designed very simple. For the younger history fans among us, brilliant crafting fun goes along with a little return into history of the ancient times.
Preserve the old Roman times for you children, by imparting the knowledge of whereby and whom we have to thank for our current sales and production system of bakeries. The presented oven model is a one to one reconstruction of an antique oven found in Rome. So you have true to original crafting fun with great history at hand.
Let yourself and your loved ones be enchanted by the old times.
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