LARGE PHALLIC BRONZE APPLIQUE, DATING 1ST.-3RD. CENTURY AD.
A large heavy phallic bronze applique, likely for use as decoration in the military. The applique shaped as a mans penis and scrotum and a large section of his belly. Remnants of the original iron pin at the back. ...click for details
Roman glass sprinkler flask, dating to the 2nd.-3rd. cent. AD
Sprinkler flask of pale green glass with a globular body and a cylindrical neck leading to a wide everted rim. The body decorated with a ridged lattice-work pattern; a constriction on the inside of the neck which would permit only a drop of liquid to pass through at a time, ( ...click for details