Archaeologists excavating a site in East London have made an "extremely rare and unprecedented" find -- a delicately detailed dish made of hundreds of pieces of tiny glass petals, the Museum of London Docklands announced Wednesday.
The "millefiori" dish (the name means "thousand flowers") was found buried in the grave of a Roman Londoner, the museum said.
Based on the other grave goods found at the site, archaeologists believe the person buried there was wealthy, the museum said.
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