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The Vettweiss-Froitzheim Dice Tower is a Roman artifact formerly used in the playing of dice games.[1] It dates to the fourth century AD and was apparently presented as a gift. It bears two Latin texts. The longer text commemorates a military defeat of the Picts. The shorter text wishes good luck to the unnamed recipients of the item.[1]

The Vettweiss-Froitzheim Dice Tower was discovered in 1985 at the site of a villa in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is preserved in the Rheinisches Landesmuseum of Bonn.[1]

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