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Roman ring pommel sword (Ringknaufschwert) from Mainz, Germany, and ring pommel and guard from Vimose, Denmark. Christian Miks: "Ein römisches Schwert mit Ringknaufgriff aus dem Rhein bei Mainz", Mainzer Archäologische Zeitschrift 8, 2009, pp 129–165.

Roman ring pommel sword (Ringknaufschwert) from Mainz, Germany, and ring pommel and guard from Vimose, Denmark.

migration/vendel era sword hilts from the book "The Sword in Anglo-Saxon England" by H.E. Davidson

migration/vendel era sword hilts from the book "The Sword in Anglo-Saxon England" by H.

Oil Lamp. Bronze. House of Marcus Fabius Rufus, Pompeii

Lamp Bronze House of Marcus Fabius Rufus, Pompeii The monkey forming the handle wears gladiator armour of the type used against the retiarius (net-fighting gladiator). A lamp such as this could be bought at the gladiatorial games as a souvenir.

Etruscan muscled bronze armor from the tomb of the Warrior at Lanuvium. It shows signs of having been paired with both linen and leather. C.500BC

A muscled cuirass from the tomb of a warrior from Lanuvium ca. Produced in Magna Graecia of bronze with signs of having been paired with both linen and leather. It would have been relatively new when it was entombed with its owner.

Roman bronze (gold-plated) horse's head from 3-4 B.C. found in Germany.

German archaeologists have uncovered the 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