Heraclea Mint, Officina 2, 327-329 CE
Obverse: CONSTAN_TINVS AVG. Head with plain diadem facing right, looking upward (eyes to God).
Reverse: D N CONSTANTINI MAX AVG. Laurel wreath enclosing VOT/XXX...
Small glass phial, with a bulbous body resting on a circular foot and surmounted by a cylindrical long neck. Slight irisations and soil encrustations. Roman period, ca. 3rd century. Height: 5.5 cm. Very good condition.
Constantinople Mint, 330-333 CE
Obverse: FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Constantius II facing right.
Reverse: GLOR-IA EXERC-ITVS. Two helmeted soldiers standing, facing one another, reversed spear in outer hands, shields resting on ground in inner hands, between them two standards...
A Roman bronze applique in the form of a young satyr, with smiling mouth, large eyes, and with sharply defined curled hair. A small horizontal attachment rivet on reverse.
Circa 2nd century AD.
Very Fine condition with rich green patina.
Height 2 cms (0.8 ins).
Military fibula made of bronze, with a crossbow shape. Fine green patina. Rome, ca. 3rd century. Length: 5.4 cm. Small old accident, otherwise good condition.
A Roman lead votive statuette of Attis or Paris standing with right arm raised, left hand on the hip; Phrygian cap with scrolled top to the head, pleated sleeveless tunic, leaving the right shoulder and the breast uncovered, long Phrygian trousers gathered at the ankles.
Circa 2nd-3rd century AD.
Fair condition but clear enough details.
Height 8.1 cms (3.2 ins)...
A nice lot including a very large Roman period silver bead / hanger, a Byzantine or early Islamic Faiance bead in the original silver chain (rare!) and a nice clamps-shaped bronze bell.
Size: The silver bead / bell is c. 3 cm. in diameter for comparison.
Ex. Old private collection
A terracotta Romano-Egyptian oil lamp with a large, decorated ovoid body. A filling hole to centre and a second burn hole situated within the rounded nozzle. The lamp is decorated with the crude form of a frog, viewed from a birds-eye-view, with forelegs splayed. Simple maker's mark to base.
Romano-Egyptian period: Circa 2nd - 4th century AD.
Fine condition; complete and intact.
Length 8.2 cms (3.2 ins)
A nice little lot of a finely made serpentine stone spindle whorl and a larger heavy bronze weight (weight 83,65 grams) with loop for a strap, both Roman, 1st.-3rd. cent. AD:
Size: 28 mm. in diameter for the for the stone weight and around 40 mm. for the bronze weight.
Ex. Dr. Eberhard Schen, 1950s-1960s.
A lot of three antique Roman pottery jars, 1st-3rd cent AD
Sizes up to ca. 6 cm. in heght.
Nice items with losses and missing parts.
Ex. Private Collection.
An exquisite ancient Roman imperial marble head of a woman, C...
RARE - Terra-cotta belly-shaped wine amphora
Roman, Herodian, 37 BC – 70 AD
Second temple period
Time of Jesus and King Herod the Great
Extremely rare and excessively “Egg-shell” thin pottery belly-shaped wine amphora with an elegant cylindrical shaped neck and two handles...
Reign of Trajan (98-117 A.D.)
Minted in Rome; 116 A.D.
Obverse: Laureate and draped bust of Trajan facing right. IMP CAES NER TRAIANO OPTIMO AVG GER DAC.
Reverse: Genius standing, facing left wearing modius. Holding wheat in his left hand and a patera in his right. P M TR P COS VI P P SPQR.
Dotted border on both sides of coin. Natural patina present. In very fine condition...
Domitian as Caesar under Vespasian (69-79 A.D.)
Minted in Rome; 73 A.D.
Obverse: Laureate bust of Domitian facing right. CAES AVG F DOMIT COS II.
Reverse: Domitian on horseback facing left holding a septer in his left hand.
Dotted border on both sides. Natural patina present. Found in Samaria. Slight wear, overall in very fine condition...
Reign of Constantine I (c. 307 - 337 A.D.)
Obverse: Laureate head of Constantine I facing right
Reverse: D N CONSTANTINI MAX AVG, VOT XX in wreath, TSGVI
Found in Bethlehem. In cood condition with very nice natural black patina. In modern silver setting.
22 mm diameter; 6.70 g.
Worldwide shipping and Certificate of Authenticity included in price...
Reign of Titus (79-81 A.D.)
Rome Mint; After July 1, 79 A.D.
Obverse: Laureate bust facing right. IMP TITVS CAES VESPSIAN AVG P M.
Reverse: Capricorn facing left with globe below. TR P VIIII IMP XIIII COS VII P P.
In very fine condition.
Diameter: 18 mm; Weight: 3.1 g
Worldwide shipping and Certificate of Authenticity included in price.
Export Approval from Israel Antiquities Authority.
References: RIC II, 13.
Aweidah Gallery is pleased to offer this EXTREMELY RARE- ancient LARGE biblical black pottery oil lamp with four nozzles. A large filling-hole, whose rim is formed as a ledge with a ridge. The handle is a wide strip with two lengthwise grooves forming three raised mouldings, the nozzles are elongated with an almost straight end and finely scraped sides. Impressed circles and rows of other impressions ornament the nozzles.
Roman, Herodian, 37 BC - 70 AD
Time of Jesus and King Herod th...