Roman, Bronze Repousse Plaque with Holding a Bow, Sqaumata Armor Plate(?), c. 1st - 3rd Century B.C.
Likely used in some legionary application; perhaps as a legionary armor plate segment. AA59779. Roman, bronze repousse, 1.75 x 1.75 inches, c. 1st - 3rd century A.D.; sheet bronze hammered from behind in repousse technique to raise the figure of a
Italy, Bronze Axe , Aes Formatum, c. 5th - 4th Century B.C.
Bronze axe heads were used for exchange across Europe even before 1000 B.C. This bronze axe dates much later, c. 5 - 4th Century B.C. It was never used to cut , but was cast to serve as currency.AS11911. Bronze Aes Formatum, Aes formatum bronze axe, 160.8g, 8.6cm, rough green
Lot of 25 Roman Republic, Lead Glandes Sling-Bullets, 2nd - 1st Century B.C.
LT85399. Lot of 25 Roman Republic, lead glandes sling-bullets, 2nd - 1st century B.C., no tags or flips, actual coins in the photographs,
Italy, c. 5th - 4th Century B.C.
Bronze axe heads were used for exchange across Europe even before 1000 B.C. This nearly bronze axe dates much later, c. 5 - 4th Century B.C. It was never used to cut , but was cast to serve as currency.AS11948. Bronze Aes Formatum, Aes formatum bronze axe, 447.9g, 12.9cm,
Roman, Large Iron Borer or File, 1st - 3rd Century A.D.
Another piece from the same group as this borer was dated by the Livermore National Laboratory to 120 A.D. with a probable range of 80 A.D. - 160 A.D. Testing was done using an innovative technique which measures the carbon isotope ratio of the trace carbon in the iron. This carbon from the used in the production of the iron which must be of essentially the same age as the tool itself. Results were published in the journal, Radiocarbon, Summer 2001. AE61804. Roman borer, cf. Petrie, 'Tools and Weapons', pl. LXV, 40; 7 inches, indent at one end for attaching
Narino, Columbia, Capuli Complex, Sea Shell Shaped Ocarina (Flute), 850 - 1500 A.D.
An ocarina is a wind instrument in the category of vessel flutes.AE61810.
Lot of 6 Small Metal Detector Finds - Keys and Lock Parts From a Late Roman Sites
From the estate of an uncleaned ancient coin enthusiast, these items were presumably found with a metal detector at Roman sites and included with uncleaned Roman coins. They appear to be Roman keys and lock parts but some may by unrelated items and some could possibly be medieval or modern.LT85502. Bronze Lot, 6 small metal detector finds - keys and lock parts, the largest 38mm long, found with a metal detector at Roman sites, unidentified, without tags, actual items in the photographs,
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