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Ancient Roman Clay Pottery Oil Lamp
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Ancient Artifact Herodian Era Clay Pottery Bowl RT 237
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Ancient Artifact Herodian Era Clay Pottery Bowl RT 234
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Ancient Artifact Herodian Era Clay Pottery Bowl RT 240
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Ancient Roman Pompey the Great terracotta bulla papyrus seal signet ring clay
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ANCIENT ROMAN ARTIFACT 1st century BC 1st century AD terracotta CLAY BOTTLE
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ANCIENT ROMAN OIL LAMP RED CLAY 1ST CENTURY AD
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ANCIENT ROMAN CLAY OIL LAMP 3RD 4TH CENTURY AD FOUND IN THE BALKANS
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ANCIENT ROMAN OIL LAMP OF CLAY WITH YELLOW LACQUER RESIDUE 3rd 4th century AD
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ROMAN CLAY MOLDED OIL LAMP MINIATURE 100 AD
$185.00
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ROMAN CLAY MOLDED OIL LAMP MINIATURE 100 AD 2
$150.00
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Ancient Roman Legionary clay brick with stamp LEG I ITAL
$170.00
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ANCIENT GREECE TERRACOTTA RED CLAY BOWL 300 100 BC AUTHENTIC ARTIFACT
$124.00
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ANCIENT GREECE TERRACOTTA BLACK CLAY BOWL 300 100 BC AUTHENTIC ARTIFACT
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ANCIENT HOLY LAND BYZANTINE CLAY OIL LAMP 4th 5th century AD Mounted on Pedestal
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Ancient Roman Holy land Clay Oil Lamp
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Samaritan clay oil lamp shell form clay oil lamp Roman occupation period
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small 1882 magazine engraving ROMAN CLAY LAMPS
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2 SCARCE Roman clay oil Lamp 100 400 ADRARE
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ANCIENT ROMAN ARTIFACT 1st century BC 1st century AD terracotta CLAY BOTTLE
$168.00
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Roman Perfect Clay Spindle Whorl 1st 3rd century AD 26 mm x 38 mm
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Terracotta Ancient Roman glazed ceramic clay Lion seal 200bc 100ad Neros era
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Ancient Christian Symbol red Clay fragment w fish1st AD
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Roman red clay oil lamp with Bearded Face of Saint
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1st Century Roman Clay Jar
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Rare Antique 1st Century AD Roman clay Head of Goddess DIANA Statue Hunt MOON
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Rare Antique 1st Century AD Roman clay Head of Goddess VENUS Statue LOVE SEX
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Assyrian Hittite clay Animal
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Ancient Roman clay oil lamp 100 AD Rare
$450.00
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Ancient Roman clay oil lamp w Face
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ROMAN POTTERY FOOTED FLAGON C 200 AD 5 3 8 RED UNGLAZED CLAY VG CONDC
$95.00
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ROMAN POTTERY FOOTED FLAGON C 200 AD 5 RED CLAY VG CONDD
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ROMAN POTTERY FOOTED FLAGON C 200 AD 6 3 4 RED UNGLAZED CLAY VG CONDB
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Ancient Clay Unguentarium Approx 1st Century BC AD UU122016 SPECIAL
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Rare Ancient Roman Ceramic Clay Vessel Jug Pottery Vase Artifact w Stand
$80.00
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Rare Ancient Roman Ceramic Clay Vessel Jug Pottery Vase Artifact w Stand
$80.00
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STUNNING Vintage Relief PORTRAIT PLAQUE St CECILIA ON CLAY Apres Donatello
$90.00
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ANCIENT ROMAN ARTIFACT 1st century BC 1st century AD terracotta CLAY BOTTLE
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Ancient Roman Legionary clay brick with stamp LEG I ITAL
$400.00
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ANCIENT ROMAN ARTIFACT 1st century BC 1st century AD terracotta CLAY BOTTLE
$156.00
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ANCIENT ROMAN ARTIFACT 1st century BC 1st century AD terracotta CLAY BOTTLE
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Ancient Roman Legionary clay brick with stamp LEG I ITAL
$255.00
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Ancient Roman Legionary clay brick with stamp LEG I ITAL
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AUTHENTIC III IV ADRoman Celtic Lot 3 Weights Beads Red Clay
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ANCIENT ROMAN ARTIFACT 1st century BC 1st century AD terracotta CLAY BOTTLE
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ANCIENT GREECE TERRACOTTA WHITE CLAY BOWL 300 100 BC AUTHENTIC ARTIFACT
$148.00
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RARE SCARCE Roman clay oil Lamp 100 400 AD
$55.00
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ANCIENT ROMAN ARTIFACT 1st century BC 1st century AD terracotta CLAY BOTTLE
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ANCIENT GREECE 300 100 BC CLAY OBLONG VESSEL WITH SOME ORIGINAL COLOR
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ANCIENT GREECE MIDDLE BRONZE AGE 1500 BC CLAY WATER JUG AUTHENTIC ARTIFACT
$399.20
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Ancient Roman Legionary clay brick with stamp LEG I ITAL
$170.00
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Roman Clay Gaming Piece Token 2 3 rd Century AD VERY VERY NICE PIECE
$20.00
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Roman red clay oil lamp with Bearded Face of Saint
$250.00
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2500 BC Clay Pottery Bowl
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Ancient Roman clay oil lamp
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Ancient Roman clay oil lamp
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Roman Clay

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Make-up Across the Ages

How did we as a people get to the point where we spend billions of dollars annually on cosmetics and it became the social norm for women to wear cosmetics everyday Assuredly a female way back in history did not simply wake up one day and decide to apply eyelashes, lipstick, eyeliner, foundation, and rouge all at once. No, it was, like many things, a culmination of happenings from past times.

The Egyptians were the first to use cosmetics. That was  four thousand years ago. Good hygeine and looks were terribly serious to the people of Egypt. Egyptians had the belief that the appearance had a direct juncture with the constitution of the soul. They attempted to constantly appear neat and smell pleasant. And with a society who values their appearance, you are invariably going to have humans who are going to attempt to stand out. The Egyptians, being the inventive culture they were, used cosmetics for reasons that were even smarter than just trying to look great.

Mesdemet was the most original kind of eye shadow- a combination of copper and lead ore. The dark hues they believed would ward off evil eyes from their own. It was also a great cleaner and bug deterrent. Kohl was a dark substance that was  put on around the eyes in an oval shape. Kohl was a combination of lead, ash, ochre, copper, and burnt almonds. To further enhance their appearance, Egyptians would apply a mixture of water and red clay to the cheek area. They would also paint their nails shades of orange and yellow with a chemical called henna.

As different groups of people began to interact with each other more often, the art of cosmetics was adapted by the Greeks from the Egyptians. They would color themselves a pale hue with a base that had lead inside. This proved lethal more than once. As the Romans began to pick up the cosmetics habits, the pursuit of beauty became less about practicality and turned into much more exotic routes. The Romans would adorn their nails with a combination of sheeps blood and cooked body fat. An ancient Roman citizen once said, A woman without paint is like food without salt.

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