Roman Feeding Bottle in the Shape of a Swan

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Laura Kate C. McCormack
by The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum
published on 02 April 2024
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Roman earthenware bottle in the shape of a swan, used to feed milk or water to babies and infants, 199 BCE to 500 CE.

Sir Henry Wellcome's Museum Collection, Science Museum Group Collection, London.

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