Roman Period - Other items

ca. 50 B.C. - 450 A.D.

(Click on the images to see further details!)
Type: Pendants Militaria Brooches Rings Coins Belts Bracelets Earrings Necklaces Other items Knifes Medicine and Hygiene
Bildnummer 0013  No. M011
added27.11.2000, changed18.03.2011
Roman silver cup (scyphus) from Pompeii, found in the house of Marcus Epidius Primus. These cups were always used pairwise; a Roman household not owning at least one pair of silver cups was regarded as poor. Because these cups are entirely handmade, there may be small differences in size and pattern. Height: 5.7 cm / 2.2 inches; max. width: 15.5 cm / 6.1 inches; diameter: 10.1 cm / 4 inches; weight around 165 grams. 1st century AD.

Silver 925 840,00 EUR

No. 272
added27.11.2000, changed02.03.2003
Roman bronze figurine of Mercury found at Frankfurt/Main-Heddernheim (western part of the vicus "NIDA"), Germany. 2nd to 3rd century AD. Mercury was one of the most popular gods in the Roman Empire. He was the inventor of the arts and the god of travelers and traders. In his right hand he holds a purse, in his left hand the silver wand ("Caduceus"). Height: 12.5 cm / 4.9 inches. Without base.

Bronze 56,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0014
Bildnummer 0015  No. 273
added27.11.2000, changed13.01.2014
Roman bronze figurine of the god PRIAPUS, found at Frankfurt/Main Heddernheim (Vicus "NIDA"), Germany, 2nd to 3rd century AD. Height with base 9.6 cm.

Bronze 71,00 EUR

No. 493
added27.11.2000, changed02.03.2003
Bronze oil lamp in the shape of a mouse from the museum at Hanau-Steinheim, Germany. 2nd to 3rd century AD. Length: 9.6 cm / 3.8 inches.

Bronze 45,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0018
Bildnummer 0019  No. 271
added27.11.2000, changed18.12.2012
Roman sun dial found at the Linsenberg in Mainz, Germany. Calibrated to "Fori Tiber" in Helvetia. Directions for use come with it. The original was made of ivory and is now in the Mainzer Landesmuseum, Germany. Diameter: 7 cm / 2.8 inches.

Bronze 36,00 EUR

No. 215
added27.11.2000, changed31.01.2012
Tinned Roman bronze spoon from Augst (AUGUSTA RAURICA) near Basel, Switzerland. 1st to 2nd century AD. 14.5 cm / 5.7 inches long.

Silver 925 89,00 EUR

No. 348
added27.11.2000, changed31.01.2012
Roman silver spoon from the castrum GRINARIO near Köngen, Germany. End of 2nd to mid-3rd century AD. 16 cm / 6.3 inches long.

Silver 925 89,00 EUR

No. 467
added27.11.2000, changed31.01.2012
Formerly tinned Roman bronze spoon from the Landesmuseum in Wiesbaden, Germany. End of 2nd to 3rd century AD. 16.2 cm / 6.4 inches long.

Silver 925 99,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0045
Bildnummer 0068  No. 519
added27.11.2000, changed21.02.2011
Small Roman bronze statuette in the form of a kneeling ram. The ram was attributed to the god Mercury (see Nr. 272). From the castrum Ober-Florstadt, Hessen, Germany. Height 2.1 cm/0.8 inches.

Silver 925 29,00 EUR
15,00 EUR

No. 546
added27.11.2000, changed21.02.2011
Base for bronze figurines like ram Nr. 519 . Height 1.6 cm/0.6 inches, diameter: 3.1 cm1.2 inches.

23,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0081
Bildnummer 0085  No. 518
added27.11.2000, changed09.04.2003
Beautifull Roman bronze statuette of the goddess Minerva from the castrum Ober-Florstadt, Hessen, Germany. She was the goddess of craftsmen and business. 2nd to 3rd century AD. Height 8 cm/3.1 inches.

Bronze 49,00 EUR

No. 520
added27.11.2000, changed21.02.2011
Roman bronze writing stylus. The point was used for writing on a "wax"-filled recess in a block of wood; the point pushed away the black colored "wax" (which was a mixture of beeswax and tar with a melting point over 70° Celsius / 158 F). Because of the contrast between the dark "wax" and the bright wood, the writing became clearly visible. Sometimes the writer pushed harder than necessary and the writing survived, engraved in the wood, even if the wax has vanished in the soil ever since. The broad, flat end of the stylus was used for erasing any mistakes made by smoothing out the wax. Styli were usually made of iron, inlaid with brass and silver. Bronze ones are rare. Original in the Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Frankfurt/Main, Germany. 1st to 3rd century AD. Length: 10.9 cm / 4.3 inches.

19,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0088
Bildnummer 0095  No. 921
added04.12.2003, changed31.01.2012
Olive-spoon from the famous Roman silver treasure from Kaiseraugst near Basel, Switzerland. The treasure consists of 270 pieces of silver and has a weight of 57.5 kg. It was burried inside the area of the former Roman fort at Kaiseraugst around 350 AD. The length of the spoon is 18.6 cm

Silver 925 95,00 EUR

No. 385
added27.11.2000, changed21.02.2011
Roman brass candle stick from Mainz, Germany, 1st to 3rd century AD. Height: 12 cm / 4.7 inches.

Brass 49,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0114
Bildnummer 0133  No. 530
added06.12.2003, changed21.02.2011
So called "Tintinabulum" from Pompeji, first century AD. Heigth 17 cm, width 9.2 cm.

Brass 69,00 EUR

No. 573
added27.11.2000, changed17.03.2011
Roman candlestick from the Landesmuseum in Trier, 2nd to 3rd century AD. Height: 10.8 cm / 4.2 inches, diameter on top: 5.2 cm / 2 inches.

Brass 59,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0154
Bildnummer 0173  No. 598
added28.11.2000, changed07.04.2003
Roman spur from a private collection, 3rd century AD. Original made from brass. Price per pair.

Unworked casting, brass 30,00 EUR
Brass 56,00 EUR
Brass tinned 65,00 EUR

No. 552
added07.01.2002, changed17.03.2011
Roman astragali made from bronze. Length: 2,8 cm / 1.1 inches.

Bronze 12,00 EUR
Bronze (Set with 5) 49,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0211
Bildnummer 0212  No. 493a
added06.12.2003, changed06.12.2003
Like No. 493, but with chains for hanging.

Bronze 60,00 EUR

No. 703
added12.06.2002, changed17.03.2011
Roman hair pin with bird-shaped head. Private collection. 1st to 3rd century AD. Length: 15 cm / 5.9 inches. Original made from bronze.

Bronze 19,00 EUR
Brass 19,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0252
Bildnummer 0311  No. 846
added13.11.2003, changed13.11.2003
Roman godness Fortuna. Private collection, 2nd to 3rd century AD. Overall height: 7.5 cm / 2.9 inches. Bronze.

42,00 EUR

No. 877
added02.01.2003, changed12.03.2010
Seal capsula from Strassburg, France. Tinned lid with attached phallus, whose glans is filled with red enamel. Length: 3 cm / 1.2 inches.

Tinned brass 28,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0329
Bildnummer 0340  No. 926
added01.12.2007, changed31.01.2012
Roman silver spoon ("Ligula") from the hoard found at Neupotz, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. The biggest hoard found North of the Alp-mountains, about 1600 pounds heavy. Length of the spoon 7.4 inches. From the third century AD.

Silver 925 115,00 EUR

No. 326
added01.12.2007, changed28.01.2014
Roman Lantern from Pompeji, first century AD. Diameter 5 inches (12,5 cm), height (measured without chains and grip) 8.3 inches (21 cm).

Brass 245,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0345
Bildnummer 0365  No. 898B
added30.05.2008, changed30.05.2008
Seal capsula from Windisch, Switzerland. Common shape in the first and secend century AD. Brass, diameter 2.0 cm.

Brass 22,00 EUR

No. 898C
added30.05.2008, changed30.05.2008
Seal capsula from Windisch, Switzerland. Common shape in the first and secend century AD. Brass, diameter 2.0 cm.

Brass 20,00 EUR

back ^ to top

Copyright © 1999-2013
Letzte Änderung am 23.03.2013 . Bei Problemen mit diesen Seiten kontaktieren Sie bitte den webmaster.