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ROMAN BRITAIN, FROM AD43 TO AD410

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R-1112

Roman Blue Glass Amulet circa 1st 3rd century AD. Here we have a very fine disc shaped blue glass Roman amulet decorated with Thetis riding a Nereid. The provenance of this object is that it was from an old collection of Italian Ambassador Carlo Perrone-Capano during his time in Damascus Syria [Antioch] during his posting there in the 1960's. 23mm x 20mm. 

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R-1112

£98.00

Roman Blue Glass Amulet circa 1st 3rd century AD. Here we have a very fine disc shaped blue glass Roman amulet decorated with Thetis riding a Nereid. The provenance of this object is that it was from an old collection of Italian Ambassador Carlo Perrone-Capano during his time in Damascus Syria [Antioch] during his posting there in the 1960's. 23mm x 20mm. 


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R-1113

Roman X111 Legion Brick Fragment circa 1st century AD. A rare Roman brick fragment with the stamp of what is probably the Roman legion X111

When a Roman Legion constructed a building it would use bricks with the legions inscription in order to show official ownership. You can see clearly visible on this item the legions stamp. The brick fragment is supplied complete mounted on a pin with black wooden stand for display purposes. 80mm x 70mm without stand.

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R-1113

£180.00

Roman X111 Legion Brick Fragment circa 1st century AD. A rare Roman brick fragment with the stamp of what is probably the Roman legion X111

When a Roman Legion constructed a building it would use bricks with the legions inscription in order to show official ownership. You can see clearly visible on this item the legions stamp. The brick fragment is supplied complete mounted on a pin with black wooden stand for display purposes. 80mm x 70mm without stand.


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R-1115

Roman Lead Miniature Votive Sarcophagus circa 3rd - 4th century AD. Here we have a very small lead votive offering to the gods in the form of a sarcophagus. This item was discovered in the village of Kimpton near Andover in Hampshire England. A very nice rare item from Roman Britain. 40mm x 22mm.

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R-1115

£85.00

Roman Lead Miniature Votive Sarcophagus circa 3rd - 4th century AD. Here we have a very small lead votive offering to the gods in the form of a sarcophagus. This item was discovered in the village of Kimpton near Andover in Hampshire England. A very nice rare item from Roman Britain. 40mm x 22mm.


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R-1116

Roman Bronze Ring circa 3rd – 4th century AD. A small bronze ring from Roman Britain. Due to its size it would have been for a woman or child. Originally it would have had an intaglio which unfortunately is now missing. This little Roman ring was discovered in the village of Kimpton near Andover in Hampshire England. 20mm x 20mm.



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R-1116

£75.00

Roman Bronze Ring circa 3rd – 4th century AD. A small bronze ring from Roman Britain. Due to its size it would have been for a woman or child. Originally it would have had an intaglio which unfortunately is now missing. This little Roman ring was discovered in the village of Kimpton near Andover in Hampshire England. 20mm x 20mm.




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R-1117

Roman Silver Ring circa 3rd 4th century AD. Here we have a very nice small solid silver ring from Roman Britain. The detail although worn still shows that of a wheat sheaf. Most likely for a woman or child due to its size, the item shows good signs of constant ware throughout this period of Roman Britain. 18mm x 20mm.

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R-1117

£95.00

Roman Silver Ring circa 3rd 4th century AD. Here we have a very nice small solid silver ring from Roman Britain. The detail although worn still shows that of a wheat sheaf. Most likely for a woman or child due to its size, the item shows good signs of constant ware throughout this period of Roman Britain. 18mm x 20mm.


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R-1118

Roman Gold Ring with Intaglio circa 6th century AD. Here we have an example of a very late solid gold Roman ring with detailed intaglio. From the period of the Roman Emperors Justinian or Theodosius, this item is from Roman North Africa and shows signs of Byzantine style. The intaglio is early from the first century AD and is unfortunately cracked but stable. The intaglio has been replaced in a later gold ring during antiquity. So 1st century intaglio with 6/7th century gold ring. 25mm x 20mm.

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R-1118

£375.00

Roman Gold Ring with Intaglio circa 6th century AD. Here we have an example of a very late solid gold Roman ring with detailed intaglio. From the period of the Roman Emperors Justinian or Theodosius, this item is from Roman North Africa and shows signs of Byzantine style. The intaglio is early from the first century AD and is unfortunately cracked but stable. The intaglio has been replaced in a later gold ring during antiquity. So 1st century intaglio with 6/7th century gold ring. 25mm x 20mm.


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