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Roman glass Amphoriskos - 7,9 cm

Offered in Catawiki's Archaeology Auction (Exclusive Ancient Art): Roman glass Amphoriskos - cm.

Roman Glass Striated Jug - 108 x 67 mm

Offered in Catawiki's Archaeology Auction (Ancient Art & Antiquities): Roman Glass Striated Jug - 108 x 67 mm.

Bronze portrait head, Emporiae (Spain) - ca. 1st century CE.

Woman with an Afro hair style First century CE. From Empuries (Catalonia), a port city settled by the Greeks of Phocaea century BCE); occupied by the Romans in 218 BCE as Municipium Emporiae.

Seuthès III : cette tête a été découverte à quelques mètres de l'entrée du tombeau monumental du tumulus de Golyama Kosmatka (Bulgarie - dernière décennie du IVè s av JC)

Seuthès III : cette tête a été découverte à quelques mètres de l'entrée du tombeau monumental du tumulus de Golyama Kosmatka (Bulgarie - dernière décennie du IVè s av JC)

Bronze head of Seuthes lll

Bronze head of Seuthes lll

Minoan bronze group of a bull and an acrobat, c.1550-1450 BC thought to be from western Crete (GR1966.3-28.1). The bronze's surface is rough which was characteristic of Minoan pieces because of the low levels of tin in the copper-tin alloy.

Minoan bronze group of a bull and an acrobat, BC thought to be from western Crete. The bronze's surface is rough which was characteristic of Minoan pieces because of the low levels of tin in the copper-tin alloy.

Rome - 8 août 2008 -Palais Massimo : Musée National Romain

Rome - 8 août 2008 -Palais Massimo : Musée National Romain

Thermae Boxer, hellenistic bronze found on the slopes of the Quirinal Hill in 1885.

Thermae Boxer, hellenistic bronze found on the slopes of the Quirinal Hill in

Ancient Roman statuette (bronze with silver inlay) of the genius (tutelary spirit) of an important official, perhaps the emperor Nero (r. 54-68 CE). The genius is shown with his toga pulled up over his head, representing a priest about to perform a sacrifice. Artist unknown; 1st cent. CE. Now in the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.

A genius, Roman statuette (bronze and silver), century AD, (Walters Art Museum, Baltimore).