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Deutsch: Hemmoorer Eimer - Bronzeeimer Nr. 2 aus Warstade, Ldkr. Cuxhaven, 2./3. Jh.
English: Late roman brass bucket so called Hemmoorer Eimer from Warstade, Germany 2nd/3rd century
Date 09.04.2006
Photographed at Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum Hannover, Inv. Nr. 7422
Author Photographed by User:Bullenwächter


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