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Eggs, in Ancient Rome

At one time in ancient Rome it was forbidden to eat eggs; the egg was regarded as a potential chicken and therefore too valuable to be eaten. After a while, the Romans discarded their proscription and enjoyed eggs mixed with everything from rose petals to fowl"s brains. See 'Romans; the diet of the ancient'

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