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

    Close up of the silver dice. 1stC-2ndC, Roman. Silver dice in the form of a squatting figure; spots from 1 to 6, coloured black.

    Dodecahedral dice from the Middle Ages

    Suffragette-defaced penny United Kingdom, AD 1903

    The dice Material: Clay (ΒΣ 95), Bronze (X 7515) Provenance: Sounio (ΒΣ 95), Unknown (X 7515) Date: 580-570 BC

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

    A ROMAN AMBER GLASS DATE FLASK CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D.

    Ancient Dice | BC Galleries. Roman bone gaming dice

    Hathor-headed crystal pendant Napatan Period, reign of King Piye 743-712 BC from el-Kurru, tomb Ku 55 (Sudan) Gold, rock crystal

    A Roman Bronze Fulcrum Terminal Circa 1st Century B.C.-1st Century A.D.

    Wing Fibula Brooch, Silver, Gold, and Carnelian, Provincial Roman, c. 2nd century AD

    From Ur: Mystery Item. Height: 21 centimetres (8.26 inches). Width: 19.5 centimetres (7.67 inches). Made of stone, it is decorated with the eye motif and the eight-pointed rosettes that were so meaningful to the Sumerians. The handle is similar to the kind found on a woven reed basket. The original purpose of the object isn't known.

    Aurelius Antoninus Pius Divus, Roman Emperor from 138 to 161 CE, adopted son of Hadrian

    Glass Seal, 1st Century BCE, Roman

    rock art of the Wadi Mathendoush (in the Libyan Sahara), which was created almost ten thousand years ago.

    A beautiful 3rd century CE Roman cavalry helmet was found at Heddernheim in Germany. The helmet is of iron, with beautifully embossed and engraved bronze skinning.

    Spherical Astrolabe, 1480-1481. The name "astrolabe" comes from the Greek word astro, meaning "star," and labio, "that which searches," so it could be translated as "star searcher."

    A Roman Lion Handle, ca 2nd century AD.