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Nolondil wrote:

> What it looks like to me is some sort of infuser. You stuff
> leaves or other parts of plants into the center and drop it
> into a big stew pot. Later, you can remove it and get the
> leaves out of your stew while having gotten some sort of
> essence out of them. Though maybe it wasn't food related but
> used in the same way. Laundry treatment?
>

I had the similar idea before I saw your post that it could be used as an incense burner.



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Roman dodecahedron may remain a mystery forever. 713 Pete Vanderzwet 28-Jun-11 21:19
The magic square of Glocester 230 Titus Livius 29-Jun-11 08:26
Re: Roman dodecahedron may remain a mystery forever. 238 michael seabrook 29-Jun-11 10:42
a picture of one from the site, plus solution ? 270 michael seabrook 30-Jun-11 07:57
Re: a picture of one from the site, plus solution ? 300 NetWorkAngel 30-Jun-11 23:24
Re: a picture of one from the site, plus solution ? 235 Pete Vanderzwet 01-Jul-11 02:11
Re: Roman dodecahedron may remain a mystery forever. 258 Pete Vanderzwet 29-Jun-11 19:50
Reminds me of the head of a medieval mace 301 Sherman Peabody 29-Jun-11 20:36
Re: Reminds me of the head of a medieval mace 226 Pete Vanderzwet 29-Jun-11 22:43
Distribution Map (partial) 292 Dr. Troglodyte 29-Jun-11 23:21
Re: Distribution Map (partial) 218 Pete Vanderzwet 29-Jun-11 23:40
Re: Distribution Map (partial) 319 JonnyMcA 30-Jun-11 08:22
Re: Distribution Map (partial) 248 Loki74 30-Jun-11 12:36
Re: Distribution Map (partial) 202 shroud 30-Jun-11 16:36
Re: Distribution Map (partial) 193 Pete Vanderzwet 30-Jun-11 20:33
Re: Distribution Map (partial) 256 Lothur 16-Jul-11 22:46
Re: Distribution Map (partial) 223 Pete Vanderzwet 17-Jul-11 11:13
Re: Roman dodecahedron may remain a mystery forever. 242 Nolondil 17-Jul-11 23:42
Re: Roman dodecahedron may remain a mystery forever. 257 Me 25-Sep-11 00:56
Re: Roman dodecahedron may remain a mystery forever. 421 Malankhkare 31-Jan-12 07:16


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