imbrex


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imbrex

(ˈɪmbrɛks)
n
a curved tile on a Roman building
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The term imbricata' is derived from the latin imbrex' and refers to the similarity to overlapping roof tiles.
He mentions fired clay vessels (figlinarum opus), roof tiles (imbrex), bricks and pottery made on the potter's wheel (rota), and the potters' club (collegium figulorum).