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The Archaeological Museum of Piraeus

The Archaeological Museum of Piraeus
Inscription of the market inspectors giving the prices of meat on sale in the ephthopoleia, which were rather the tripe-shops of present day. The inscription refers to feet, head, brains, womb, breast, liver and lungs. The most expensive items on the list are pork products, following by goat, with beef products last. Prices are expressed as fractions of the price of the ordinary meat, or in chalkoi. The stele was reincribed in 86 B.C. after Sulla´s devastation of Piraeus.

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 Khalil
Khalil
Ta série est un vrai musée magnifiquement présenté!
10 years ago.
Demetrius Chryssikos club has replied to Khalil
Merci beaucoup Khalil !! Amitiés ;))
10 years ago.

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