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Roman brooche (fibula) found at Desa (Dolj, Romania)

Roman brooche (fibula) found at Desa (Dolj, Romania)

Celtic or Roman bronze fibula. Turn of BC/AD 60 mm long. 28 mm high. Weight 30 gm. Truly impressive and substantial bronze fibula showing a wild boar. The boar's head is detailed to either side. It is complete with pin.

Large Ancient Celtic/Roman bronze fibula(016469)

Celtic or Roman bronze fibula. Turn of BC/AD 60 mm long. Truly impressive and substantial bronze fibula showing a wild boar. The boar's head is detailed to either side.

Ancient Resource: Ancient Roman Fibulae (Toga-Pins) and Brooches for Sale

Aucissa-type bronze fibula, the body with raised ridges. Intact with original pin, heavy earthen encrustation.

This item comes from: Roman Legionary Museum (Item reference: 32.60). A leaden bread-stamp, reading ‘Century of Quintinius Aquila’. Each century, of 80 men, baked its own bread, and sometimes marked it.

This item comes from: Roman Legionary Museum (Item reference: A leaden bread-stamp, reading ‘Century of Quintinius Aquila’. Each century, of 80 men, baked its own bread, and sometimes marked it.

A Superb Roman Bronze Fibula Brooch by ClioAncientArt on Etsy

A Superb Roman Bronze Fibula Brooch

A Superb Roman Bronze Fibula Brooch by ClioAncientArt on Etsy

Speaker, Roman copper alloy statue of a man wearing a tunic, 1st century BC-1st century AD. Courtesy & currently located at the Orléans Historical and Archaeological Museum, France. Photo taken by Croquant

Speaker, Roman copper alloy statue of a man wearing a tunic, century century AD. Courtesy & currently located at the Orléans Historical and Archaeological Museum, France. Photo taken by Croquant

Celtic or Roman bronze fibula. Turn of BC/AD 60 mm long. 28 mm high. Weight 30 gm. Truly impressive and substantial bronze fibula showing a wild boar. The boar's head is detailed to either side. It is complete with pin.

Large Ancient Celtic/Roman bronze fibula(016469)

Celtic or Roman bronze fibula. Turn of BC/AD 60 mm long. Truly impressive and substantial bronze fibula showing a wild boar. The boar's head is detailed to either side.

Romano-British mirror - Whitchurch Roman mirror Date: AD 43-410  (image 1)  one like it on   http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details.aspx?objectId=821193&partId=1&searchText=Romano-British+mirror+&page=1

Romano-British mirror - Whitchurch Roman mirror Date: AD (image

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