Roman folding fryingpan

Contributed by National Roman Legion Museum Caerleon

Roman folding fryingpan

Made in the 3rd century AD for a soldier of the Roman army in Wales, the handle of this frying pan folds away so that it may easily be packed into luggage or stored away.

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Caerleon

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3rd Century AD

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