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Verulamium - Roman Artifacts

Verulamium was a Roman city near St. Albans. Today, the Verulamium museum has an impressive collection of artifacts found in the area, including many spinning and weaving tools.

Excavations at Folly Lane
Sewing needles
Loom Weights
Warp weighted looms

 

Wool combs
roman wool comb

St. Albans, historical and picturesque. With an account of the Roman city of Verulamium … Illustrated by Frederic G. Kitton.

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Sewing needles
Buttons

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Textiles

Spindle Spinning
Naalbinding
Ethnic Weaving

Verulamium

Verulamium: The Roman City of St Albans
Verulamium
Verulamium Since the Romans

Drop Spindles

 

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