carnarium

A provision rack, that has been described by several classical authors, usually in a culinary context. A carnarium was a framework with hooks upon which provisions could be hung, particularly joints of meat. It was possible that carnaria of some description were utilised by the Roman military to store provisions in the roof-spaces of the horrea, ab
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carnarium

provision rack Described by several classical authors usually in a culinary context, a carnarium was a framework with hooks upon which provisions could be hung, particularly joints of meat. It is possible that carnaria of some description were utilised by the Roman military to store provisions in the roof-spaces of the horrea, above the grain bins.
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