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ἀσίλλα). A wooden pole or yoke, held by a man either on his two shoulders, or more

Asilla, or Pole for Carrying Burdens. Illustration 1 is from a bronze lamp found at Stabiae; No. 2 is from a sardonyx in the Florentine Museum; No. 3 is from a Grecian vase in the Hamilton Collection.

commonly on one shoulder only, and used for carrying burdens.

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