Roman and Byzantine Period wooden stamps
These wooden stamp were most likely used for bread. The material wood is not very suitable for mud and clay. The use of the breads sealed by these stamps is uncertain. They might have been used in daily life but also in the Coptic church.
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Similar stamps are already known from Pharaonic Egypt.
|wooden stamp, Late Period|
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