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the meeting place

of the devotees of Roman pottery!
We are sitting here in a pleasant café,

  where we can present and discuss our latest researches.

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We can ask open questions, such as whether anyone recognizes something that has mystified us, like an unfamiliar vessel or a potter’s stamp …

… and we can talk about anything else which concerns Roman pottery.
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We are happy for anyone to join us (you don’t have to be a member of the RCRF),
who speaks one of our customary languages (English, French, Italian, Spanish, German)

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And now we are delighted that you should visit our café!

Join us at our table: there is always space for you.

And by all means bring your friends!

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