"Torso of a Cuirassed Statue," about 83-85 A.D., Roman. Marble. | The pteryges, or tabs on the bottom of the breastplate show a number of motifs, including palmettes, rosettes, gorgon heads, lion and lynx heads, ram heads, and most significantly, an eagle clutching the underbelly of a hare. The use of this hare motif, as well as the general pose and style of the carving of the statue, indicate that it dates to the Flavian dynasty, specifically in the early rule of the emperor Domitian.
The glorious sword of the heroes of the Greek revolution in 1821, that glorified the heroes in numerous battles of the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire. 1821, Greece Length of the blade: 78cm Dimensions of the sword: 93,5 cm x 20 cm x 3,5 cm Steel with partial 24K gold-plating.