Directly from Jerusalem, ancient Roman bronze arrow-head, dated from, 300 BC.
One of the reasons for the Roman soldier's success was their weapons. Besides his sword or spear, the most common weapon for a Greek soldier would have been his bow and arrow. Bronze weapons were far superior to soft copper blades. Arrowheads were produced in a variety of shapes and sizes
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Aweidah Gallery is very pleased to offer this unique opportunity for collectors to add this CHOICE extremely rare Roman pottery oil lamp mould to their oil lamp collection. Excellent workmanship, comes with a plasticine impression
This mould was for a decorated oil lamp with a large grape leaf shaped handle. ...click for details