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Rome, Lead Seal, #03, Quadriga,
Rome, Lead Seal, #03, Quadriga,
"I think it dates to the beginning of the 4th century, and it is published in the supplement of Leukel, Rmische Bleiplomben aus Trierer Funden, N226-240. There, the depiction is described as 'two Victories in two bigas to right', but I think it is more probably just one quadriga with a second Victory flying above. This is quite a common seal, which might indicate that it is an imperial seal, not a personal one." by Gert. Thank you Gert.
Extremely fine.
diameter: 21mm,
weight: ,
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Augustin Caron  [Jun 11, 2013 at 03:57 PM]
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