Ancient Rock Crystal Dice. Twenty-sided dice (or lots), marked XI on two adjoining faces. Circa 1st-2nd century A.D., Roman Imperial period.

Egyptian dice (600-800 BC) Swiss Museum of Games

Fly or cicada shaped fibula. Roman 3rd century

Glass Seal, 1st Century BCE, Roman

A Roman glass gaming die from the 2nd century.

Terracotta dice from the indus valley...india ...2500 - 1000 BC

I think the beauty of gold speaks for itself. I wish there were a lot more of it on Earth. --Pia (Natural crystal forms of Gold)

* A Roman Actor's Mask Applique, Roman Period,1st - 2nd century A.D.

Goblet Inscribed with the Names of King Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti Period: New Kingdom, Amarna Period Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: reign of Akhenaten Date: ca. 1353–1336 B.C.

Rock crystal dice, marked one to six. 1st-2nd Century AD. Roman Imperial Period. via the British Museum.

Dodecahedral dice from the Middle Ages

Ancient roman dice tower used in the playing of dice games. 4th century AD, found in Germany

Iceland Spar: Viking "Sunstone" used for navigation during the long winter months when the sun was not visible.

Ancient Dice | BC Galleries. Roman bone gaming dice

Thracian nobleman, top 2nd from right. Has lots of Greek lookng armour with the addition of a groin protector at the bottom of the cuirass, he wears greaves, which were out of fashion in Greece and has a crecent shaped shield. 3rd from the left/top row, is a Scythian horse archer. Middle: left, two Dacian/Thracian noble men, 3rd from left/mid Roman Imperial legionary, bottom left; a Roman cavalryman with a "parade" face mask helmet.

Centurion, Legio XII - Roman soldier/legionary #warrior

German archaeologists have uncovered the beautifully preserved horse’s head from a Roman equestrian statue. The life-size statue is gold-plated bronze, and they also found the foot of the rider, thought to be Augustus. “This bronze sculpture counts among the best pieces to have ever been found from the area of the former Roman empire,” said Eva Kuehne-Hoermann, Hesse’s minister for science, at the unveiling of the head in Frankfurt. “Nowhere else is there a finding of this form or quality.”

Etruscan Dice C.300BC Musée Condé

Julius Ceasar - death mask. Did they even do death masks back then??

Amber mask of Dionysos, Roman, 1st Century

Imperial Roman silver mirror, c400. This type of mirror with a horizontal handle originated in the Roman world during the first century B.C. In this example, the classical origins are clear in the leaf-shaped attachments of the handle, the Herakles knot, and the wreath around the circumference of the disk. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)