An ancient Roman Herodian glass flask with beautiful iridescense "Patina", nicely made in a globular body with a shaped neck and a rim folded outwards. This kind of glass vessels would have been used to carry ointment oils and perfumes
Dated from, 100 - 300 AD
Measurements: Height: 9.5 cm - Diameter: 5 cm - Height on stand: 11.5 c ...click for details
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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An ancient LARGE Roman bronze coin of Emperor Diocletian, 284 - 305 AD.
This GENUINE ancient Roman bronze coin of Emperor Diocletianus makes for a stunning centerpiece in this fine silver jewelry pendant. The patina of the coin is a deep dark patina which wonderfully brings out the detail of the diademed emperor head in profile. The simpl ...click for details