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Leather shoe made from one piece of leather, from the ancient saltmine at Hallstatt from 8th-3rd BCE. Presently at the National History Museum in Vienna, Austria

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Leather shoe made from one piece of leather, from the ancient saltmine at Hallstatt BCE). Length: 24 cm (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing

Roman Child's Shoe

Gallery: Ancient Roman Kids' Shoes

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 CE.

An old brown, leather,  thong sandal worn by a Roman child  © Leeds Museums and Galleries

An old brown, leather, thong sandal worn by a Roman child © Leeds Museums and Galleries

Calzado romano, Museo Vindolanda, Gran Bretaña - Calceus, andar cómodamente y con estilo en la antigua Roma

Vindolanda museum display (Northumberland, England) of Roman era leather footwear shoes (from near Hadrian's Wall).

(Vindolanda Trust)

(Vindolanda Trust)

Iron Age shoes (ca. 400 BCE to 400 CE) found on body found in European bog Photo by Robert Clark, September 2007 National Geographic

Shoes of Damendorf Man, actually to B. - Iron Age shoes (ca. 400 BCE to 400 CE) found on body found in European bog Photo by Robert Clark, September 2007 National Geographic

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