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    Could you email me the photo at james@fornobravo.com. I can't seem to
    read it, and would really like to see it. I am hooked on the older
    ovens. Did you see my photos of the 17th century ovens in France.
    They look almost exactly like the ovens uncovered in Pompeii. They
    are in our Photos pages:


    I think it is cool that the modern Italian oven -- prefabricated or
    brick, looks and cooks almost exactly the same as a Roman oven built
    2,000 years ago. Nothing new under sun -- except the Internet.

    One difference was that their ovens were all commercial -- so we are
    lucky to have ovens in our back yard.