Alcuni esempi di bambole dell'antica Roma 193-211 d C
Ancient Greek children played with many toys, including rattles, little clay animals, horses on 4 wheels that could be pulled on a string, yo-yo's, and terra-cotta dolls.
romano temprano articulado muñeca --- early Roman articulated doll
Jointed ivory doll (Roman,end 1st - begining 2nd century AD), the doll wears gold necklace, bracelets, and anklets an has a face and hairstyle imitating that of the empress JULIA DOMNA.
Object 9: 'Queen Anne' Dolls excavated from site LHC93 (Regent Street, Limehouse)
la bambola in avorio di Crepereia Tryphaena...bellissima!
This finely carved ivory doll with moveable arms and legs was found in the grave of a girl approximately five years of age in Tarragona, Spain, a port city south of Barcelona. It dates to the 3rd or 4th century CE. The unusual presence of the doll may indicate that the child was especially dear to her family, or very attached to the doll in life. Museu Nacional Arquelogic de Tarragona (Spain)
Muñeca romano totalmente articulado. ºº Fully articulated roman doll.