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We are very excited to announce that we are giving away one Roma Victrix Beaker hand made by Calix Imperium Ltd.

 

You have 4 chances to enter:

 

1. Join us at Google+ and post the following sentence

I want the Roma Victrix Beaker +UNRV http://bit.ly/romavictrix

 

2. Friend us at Facebook and post the following sentence

I want the Roma Victrix Beaker @UNRV http://bit.ly/romavictrix

 

3. Follow us at Twitter and post the following sentence

I want the Roma Victrix Beaker @UNRV http://bit.ly/romavictrix

 

4. Join our Forum and post the following sentence HERE

I want the Roma Victrix Beaker @UNRV http://bit.ly/romavictrix

 

The winner will be chosen randomly from all replies, each of those four opportunities increases your chances of winning the Roma Victrix Beaker, as each will count as a separate entry! (If you use Twitter you have one ticket, if you use Twitter and Facebook you have two, etc...)

 

 

Special Discount:

If you don`t want to count on Fortuna, then we can offer you for a short period of time a discount of 5% that will bring the price down to 95.05GBP. Email to this address: orders@caliximperium.com stating that you want a UNRV discount and give your name and address. You will then be contacted by the maker of the Roma Victrix Beaker with the special discounted price.

 

About the Beaker:

Calix is the Latin for "cup", from which we get the English "chalice". While the Greek kylix from which the word ultimately derives was a broad, shallow pottery vessel, the Calix Imperium offering is tall, deep, and made of sturdy pewter. (In fact the Calix is modelled on a first century glass calathus called the "Poseidon beaker currently in the Yale University Art Gallery. However, even allowing for nineteen hundred years of wear and tear, the modern Calix is of considerably finer quality.) What will immediately catch the eye of anyone interested in Roman history are the three panels set on the outside...

...read the full review of the Roma Victrix Beaker

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I want the Roma Victrix Beaker @UNRV http://bit.ly/romavictrix

 

 

No, seriously, I do. And I'm not just saying that because I was told to.

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