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One of several encaustic floor-tiles discovered at Strata Marcella Abbey. The designs were either stamped and then filled with white clay, or printed, with the clay already added to the stamp, so that the whole process was done in one movement. This figure has been interpreted as a huntsman, a labourer of the month or a symbol of vanity.

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