By Stern, W.

Elements of crossed-leg chairs and richly adorned fragments of bone and ivory excavated at Kenchreai, the jap port of Corinth, contain scenes of an emperor and a miniature ivory Corinthian arcade that embellished sumptuous furnishings produced in overdue Roman Egypt.

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