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Zrinka BULJEVIĆ SALONITANSKI KALUP S PRIKAZOM GLADIJATORA SALONA MOLD WITH IMAGE OF GLADIATORS

@inproceedings{Buljevi2005ZrinkaBS,
  title={Zrinka BULJEVIĆ SALONITANSKI KALUP S PRIKAZOM GLADIJATORA SALONA MOLD WITH IMAGE OF GLADIATORS},
  author={Zrinka Buljevi{\'c} and Zrinka Buljevi{\'c}},
  year={2005}
}
A marble mold depicting gladiators and bearing an inscription was found in Salona in 1884 at the Japirkove kuće site in the southeastern necropolis. This item certainly had some connection with gladiatorial combat. Since nothing similar had until then been found among the ceramic and glass items, it was assumed that the mold served to imprint the bread that was distributed in the Salona amphitheater, and the Miscenius Ampliatus mentioned in the inscription would be the owner of the bakery. The… 

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