|An ancient Roman bakery to Ostia Antica.|
Jun 2, 2012
Ostia Antica, the ancient harbour of Rome, built around 250 metres from the sea and from the Tiber river. In latins Ostium means mouth and entrance to the river. The picture show a bakery, a premise were separated by brick arches and inside one can still find two lava mill-stones, one ficed and the other conucal (catilus) moved by two blind-folded donkeys.
Pubblicato da Franco Spaccialbelli