Gallery: Ancient Roman Kids' Shoes

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Roman Child's Shoe

Credit: Elizabeth Greene, University of Western Ontarion
Tiny shoes found at Vindolanda, a Roman fort in northern Britain, reveal that families were a part of Roman military life between the first and fourth centuries A.D.
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