The Cádiz Museum hosts a sample of the archaeological finds related to gastronomy in Roman times. The exhibition, with pieces that have been found in deposits of the province, allow the visitor to take a tour of three different sections: food and products, kitchen and table.
In the exhibition, entitled "Taste and food in Ancient Rome", you can see coins with figures of otrigo fish, ornate dishes together with the different materials used to make them, spoons, and curious elements such as rython, to taste the drink drop by drop.
The Museum has also included a reproduction of the panels found in the archaeological site of Pompeii, in Italy.
November 7, 2019
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