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Description: Two similar red-glazed (terra sigillata) drinking vessels, each with a pair of appliques in the form of theater masks positioned on the exterior rim of the bowls opposite each other. The profile of the bowls is marked by a vertical rim, sharp flange and angular body set on a hollow ring base. This distinguished shape was popular throughout the Roman Empire and was produced in a number of centers in Italy and Gaul.