In early Roman times Master craftsmen used to engrave their sculptures and works with the term “sine cera”, meaning without wax. Since wax was commonly used by lesser craftsmen to hide blemishes and mistakes in their works due it its easy manipulation and low cost. The tragedy of the use of wax was that the warm Mediterranean climate caused the wax to melt over time, thus showing the imperfections in the works bought. So the claim that something was sine cera would be an important guarantee during this Roman time.
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