In Roman antiquity, the Romans wrote on wax tablets to write things down or to write a message or a letter. The Romans used the so-called stylus, Latin for stylus, to scratch into the wax on the tablets. The pointed Roman writing instrument was usually made of very hard, stable material, such as iron, bronze, ivory, but also made of bone and, in the case of wealthy Romans, certainly made of silver or gold!More information
Roman Bone Stylus for writing on a wax tablet
Handcrafted bone stilus are also available in the raw materials and useful items category in the Roman shop. The styli for wax tablets, based on Roman antiquity, are carved and polished from bone.
As this item is made from natural materials, its appearance may vary slightly from what is shown.
- Tapered, diamond shape
- Unique, individualized look
- Great for reenactments or faires
- Wonderful display piece
- Length 98.87 mm
- Diameter 2.88 – 10.98 mm
- Weight 2 g
High quality product of the brand House of Warfare.
Included in these categories: Scissors and razors