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English: Roman loom (2. century AD). Exhibtion place: „House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany“ (german Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland) in Bonn – entrance hall.
Deutsch: Römischer Webstuhl (2. Jahrh. n. Chr.). Fund- + Ausstellungsort: Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland in Bonn - Eingangshalle
  • Fund- + Ausstellungsort: de:Haus der Geschichte (Bonn) - Eingangshalle
  • Fotograf: Hans Weingartz = Leonce49
  • Aufnahme: 25.3.2006
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  • Source=Originally from de.wikipedia; description page is (was) here
  • 15:11, 19. Mai 2006 Leonce49 1058 x 896 (694.267 Byte) (Römischer Webstuhl (2. Jahrh. n. Chr.))


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