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Roman Multitool



The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, UK, holds a Roman multitool that dates back to the 3rd Century C.E. When unfolded, it has a fork, spatula, pick, spike, and knife blade.

Link | Photo: Fitzwilliam Museum

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@Johnny Cat

Might be difficult considering they didn't have corn. I suppose it could be made a flatbread, and allow you to get a nice mouthful of delicious garum. Mmm, fermented fish pasty goodness!
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'The photos give enough detail for a skilled craftsman/smith to make one. Apply at your nearest Reenactor cutlery supplier'

They're ahead of us:

http://www.armillum.com/product.php?id_product=289
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