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Charioteer in His Chariot, Detail from a Cist, 8th-1st Century BC Etruscan

Charioteer in His Chariot, Detail from a Cist, Century BC Etruscan

A ROMAN GOLD AND GARNET WREATH -  CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.

(Roman) A Roman Gold & garnet Wreath. ca century BCE to century CE.

Necklace with Child's-Head Pendant - a pastiche of ancient carnelian beads strung on modern gold links. Finials comprising the clasp is reused from Greek earrings and carnelian intaglio/cameo is set in what may be an ancient disc of gold textured with coils. Roman. 1st century AD

Necklace with Child's-Head Pendant. This necklace is a pastiche. The carnelian beads are ancient and strung on modern gold links. The lion-head finials comprising the hook and eye clas

Her aim is true. Diana the huntress, fresco. Pompeii, Italy. 1st century A.D.

ancient Roman fresco depicting the goddess Diana, the huntress, recovered from Vesuvian ash in Stabiae; she holds her symbolic attributes of a bow and arrow.

A Roman Bronze Fulcrum Terminal Circa 1st Century B.C.-1st Century A.D. Excel in the area of your interest. http://youtu.be/bK7NUdh01WY

"Horse Headed Roman Bronze Fulcrum Terminal ca." Love the angle of the head & the horse's ears.

Amphoriskos (perfume bottle), late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Augustan or early Julio-Claudian  Roman  Banded agate

Banded agate amphoriskos (perfume bottle)

Amphoriskos (perfume bottle), late century B.–early century A. Augustan or early Julio-Claudian Roman Banded agate,,,beautiful

A GRAECO-ROMAN GOLD SNAKE RING CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D. http://www.bykoket.com/index.php

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A graeco-roman gold snake ring circa century century A. Composed of two coiling snakes, their heads turned out on either side, their bodies forming a Herakles knot at the centre, details incised in.

ROMAN CAMEO DEPICTING A DOG  --  Agate  --  Circa 1st Century BCE-1st Century CE  --  No further reference provided

Roman Cameo Depicting A Dog -- Agate -- Circa Century Century CE -- No further reference provided. once part of The Marlborough Collection of gems, dispersed at auction in London in

Mosaic glass face bead Date: 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D. Culture: Roman, Eastern Mediterranean

Mosaic glass face bead Date: century century A. cm) Classification: Glass Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1952 Accession Number:

Ring Depicting Isis and a Snake, Roman, 1st century AD. The British Museum

Ring depicting Isis (Egyptian goddess) and a Snake Roman, century AD The British Museum

Throne, Roman, late 1st century A.D.  “This object was not intended to have a practical function but rather  was created for a ceremonial or symbolic purpose. The motif of the empty  throne would come to symbolize a deity or a departed hero. The presence  of the snake suggests that this one was dedicated to Apollo, who killed  the dragon called Python, often depicted as a serpent. Cloth is draped  over the seat in the same way that Greek and Roman chairs are depicted  in vase- and wall-pain

Ceremonial throne, Roman, late century A. The motif of the empty throne would come to symbolize a deity or a departed hero. Cloth is draped over the seat in the same way that Greek and Roman chairs are depicted in vase- and wall-paintings.

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