Roman child labour

The wonderful and talented MAYAN young archaeologists have been on the site again, learning woodcarving and mosaic laying skills. Having earlier proved that children can make mosaic tesserae using a hammer and hardie as good as adults can, the MAYANS have now shown that they could have helped to lay the mosaic too. In the pictures below they did the bit inside the squares and linked up the black and white border (and no, its not meant to line up perfectly, thats how its designed). Another first for the Avalon Archaeology site, using experimental archaeology to prove the feasibility of child labour for this significant Roman industry. What should we get them to do next? Answers on a £20 note to the usual address.