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Fired Clay Lamp. Greek, IV Century BC. Wheel-made lamp with spout, large central filling-hole and central tube. Hayes.12v. 4 long, red slip on buff clay. Slip worn, otherwise intact. Scarce.
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Terracotta Horse Head. Greece, III-I Century BC. Brown terracotta horse head. 3 tall. Broken from a large statue, neck uneven.
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Bronze Figurine of Mercury. Roman, III-IV Century AD. Standing figure of Mercury with winged petasus, chlamys over shoulder, holding purse, with left hand originally holding separately made caduceus (now lost). 3.5 tall. Intact, some wear, some scuffing.
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Bronze Bust of Minerva. Roman III-IV Century AD. Bronze bust of Minerva wearing crested helmet. 2 tall. Choice.
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Bronze Male Head. Roman, I-II AD. Bronze bas relief applique of a bald male head with long beard. 2.25 long. Intact, high relief. Choice.
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Bronze Negro Head. Roman England, I-III Century AD. Bronze bas relief head of a Negro with hollow back. Likely a decorative mount to attach a swivel jug handle. 1 Choice with high relief. Unusual subject for an English Roman find.
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Gold Ring with Garnet Stone. Roman, ca 200 AD. Diamond-shaped garnet stone, gold band. Size 5. Choice with original stone.
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Silver Plated Bracelet. Roman, II-III AD. Braided thick silver wire to look like chain links, with square bronze terminals. 2.25 ID, 2.75 OD. One strand not attached to the terminal, but stable. Choice and wearable. Interesting design.
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Pair of Gold Earrings. Roman I-II Century AD. Pair of gold earrings with round discus with hollow pellets decoration around setting of cream-colored stone with central gold boss, loop with keeper (these can be worn with original loop). 15 x 22 mm. A few dents, one stone cracked, otherwise intact and impressive.
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Gold Earring with Pearl Dangle. Roman I-II Century AD. Gold hook and loop earring with tapering body, dangle with pearl and mother-or-pearl beads. Loop 14 mm dia, overall 24 mm. Choice, rare for pearls to survive.
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Enameled Disc Brooch. Roman, II Century AD. Circular disc with tall circular disc with two concentric bands of enamel design red, blue and white, Two lugs at point of hinge attachment. Hat.125. 30 mm dia. plus lugs. Missing pin, else intact with decent enamel.
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Bronze Axe-shaped Brooch. Roman, II Century AD. Skeuomorphic brooch with detailed figure of axe with side-loop. Hat.1143. 1.2 long; with iron pin. Choice and Rare.
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Terracotta Bowl. Roman Holy Lands, II-IV Century AD. Orange terracotta deep wheel-turned bowl with rounded sides. 4.5 dia. 3.72 deep. Small edge chip else intact. Choice.
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Glass Sprinkler Flask perfume bottle. Roman, III-V Century AD. Pale green glass Unguentarium with wide mouth and body with moulded wavy ribs. 3 tall. Intact and Choice.
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Iron Knife with Bronze Handle. Roman, II-IV Century AD. Knife with heavy flat bronze handle with iron blade with typical Roman concave edge. 5.75 overall. Blade cracked stablized rust patina, handle with smooth green patina. Rare to find knife with original handle.
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Iron Arrowhead. Rome, II-V Century AD. Broad flat triangular blade, recurved shoulders (to make extraction difficult) and long tang. 4.75 long. Minor pitting, stabilized brown patina. Choice.
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Sling Pellet. Roman Spain, ca 50 BC, From the battlefield of Munda, 45 BC, the final defeat of the Pompeans. Cast lead in almond shape, each side decorated by a thunderbolt. Excellent condition.
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Bronze Steelyard Scale. Roman Britain, II - V Century AD. Bronze inscribed beam, with two bronze and one iron hooks, with chains. 14 long. Beam inscribed with markings, numbered. FRB.38a. Sardeis.pl.28. Intact, rare, especially so with hook and chains.
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Bronze Bell. Roman Thrace, II-IV Century AD. Cast bell with rectangular base and triangular profile, integral handle and clapper-loop. Made with four feet at rim. 1.75 high; with casting flaw, missing (iron) clapper; otherwise intact with heavy green patina.
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Silver Monogrammed Ring. Byzantine, 900-1350 AD. Silver ring with flattened bezel engrave with Cruciform monogram. Size 9. Monogram is crisp, Intact and wearable.
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Bronze Crucifix. Byzantine, X-XII Century AD. Cross with Christ wearing long robe, suspension loop on top. 1.75 overall. Intact, green patina.
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Bronze Figurine of Osiris. Egypt, Late Period, 664-332 BC. Cast bronze figure of Osiris, mummiform, wearing crown with uraeus and side feathers, holding crook and flail with incised details. 3.5 tall. Choice, with good facial features. Dark brown patina, even light porosity from casting process. Rare so nice.
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Bronze Amulet of Bes. Egypt, Late Period, VI-III Century BC. Figurine of standing Bes with plumed headdress and usual attributed. 31mm. Suspension loop on rear broken, otherwise intact. Choice.
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Large Faience Ushabti. Egypt, XXVI Dynasty, 664-525 BC. Blue-green glazed faience mummiform figure, bearded, holding crook and flail, with heiroglyphs moulded on front . 5 5/8 tall. Some wear and a few small cips, foot reattached. Large and impressive. A museum piece.
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Faience Baboon Amulet. Egypt, Late Period, VII-IV Century BC. Pale blue figure of Thoth as squatting baboon, 21 mm high. Minor chip to bottom of base, otherwise intact and choice. Hard to find these intact. Good color.
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Amulet of Anubis. Egypt, Late Period, VII-IV Century BC. Dark blue faience amulet of Anubis portrayed as jackal-headed man seated. 32 mm. Some wear to glaze, else intact and rare.
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Amulet of Thoth. Egypt, Late Period, VII-III Century BC. Green glazed faience figurine of Thoth in ibis-headed form, wearing kilt, advancing. Suspension loop at top. 36 mm high.
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Faience Triad Plaque. Egypt, XXVI Dynasty, 664-525 BC. Green glazed faience plaque featuring three standing figures of Isis, Horus-the-Child and Nebhat. 20 mm high. Petrie.154. Good glaze, fine style; intact. Important.
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Steatite Scarab. Egypt, New Kingdom, XV-XI Century BC. Buff steatite scarab with stylized beetle back and bezel with hieroglyphs in a oval border. 19 mm. Intact and crisp.
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Faience Wedjat Eye. Egypt, Late Period, 664-332 BC. Large moulded eye with incised design. 26 mm long; intact. Unusually fine work for this style of amulet.
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Glazed Steatite Cylinder Seal. Egypt, Middle Kingdom, 2040-1782 BC. Green glazed steatite cylinder seal with seated official, private name cartouche and papyrus roll. 15 mm. Choice and Very Rare.
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Fired Clay Lamp with Cross. Late Egyptian, VI-VII Century AD. Redware lamp with cross on nozzel and vine work at sides. 3.5 long. Some clay adhering, charring at nozzle from use, otherwise intact.
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Mosaic Glass and Lapis Necklace. Middle East, I Millennium BC to 200 AD. Mixed bead necklace consisting of yellow glass mosaic beads with leaves and spiral decoration (200 BC - 200 AD); strung with segmented, disc, and cylinder lapis beads (I Millennium BC); and finished with a large lapis pendent bead at center. 19 long. Restrung with modern clasp. Choice with premium beads.
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Glass Stamp Seal. Islamic Near East, Ayyubid-Mamluk period. Black glass signet from ring, with Turkish Arabic epithet Aq Amr (i.e., White Commander). 15mm oval. Intact and unusual.
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Bronze Oil Lamp. Islamic Near East, IX-XI Century AD. Lamp with round body, long open spout, high handle and attachment for cover (now missing). Stand added at later date. Traces of incised decoration. Missing lid, base added and connection cracked, corrosion-hole in spout, otherwise worn but intact.
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Glass Bird Amulet. Islamic, 700-1200 AD. Bird amulet bead in blue black wound glass with white and pink chevrons on body, yellow eyes with black center and orange beak. Transverse hole for stringing. 20 mm. Intact and choice.
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Iron Knife Blade. Viking, Northern Europe, 700-1100 AD. Iron scramasax style knife blade with angled back, straight single edge and heavy short tang. 6.5 overall. Some pitting, but choice for early ironwork. Stabilized brown patina. The famous weapon of the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings.
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Iron Stirrup. English Viking, X-XI Century AD. Found in the East Riding of Yorkshire along the battle route of the Battle of Stamford Bridge. Iron stirrup with twisted strap-ring and flat foot plate on raised tread. 6 high. Choice for iron. LMMC.23.4 cf also BM Guide Anglo Saxon Antiq. 110 cf. Type used by Vikings and Saxons in 1066.
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Annular Brooch. Anglo Saxon England, VI Century AD. Annular brooch with wide band with incised decoration, pin mounted in disc. 2 dia. Rare and impressive.
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Heavy Silver-Gilt Ring. England, Tudor Period, Late XVI - Early XVII Century AD. Ornate raised bezel with facing female head. Size 9. Very impressive. Rare.
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Bronze Seal Matrix. Spain, XIII-XIV Century AD. Seal of Juan Fernandez (SIGILLVO IOAN FERDINANDI), shield of arms in shield-shaped seal. 1 3/8 long. Intact. Rare Armorial seal.
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Bronze Seal Matrix. Europe, XV-XVI Century AD. Oval bezel with standing eagle or falcon; trilobe looped handle. 16mm oval bezel. Smooth green patina; one loop of trilobe broken, otherwise intact.
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Pewter Secular Pilgrims Badge. Low Countrues, XV Century AD. Round badge with head of pseudo-saint, inscription around: +AVE MARENVO. 20mm diameter. Cf. van Heeringen et. al., ab. 18a. Intact badge, partial pin. Choice.
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Framed manuscript Book of Hours Page. France, XV Century AD. Vellum manuscript page in Latin with three large capitals and red border on left of text. 3.5 x 4.5. Framed and matted. Makes a nice display.
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Bone Corpus Christi. Holland, XVI Century AD. Bone figure of Christ, from a crucifix, wearing a tunic tied at his waist and the Crown of Thorns, nail in feet. 4.5 tall. Missing arms which were carved separately and pinned to body. Intact as body. Choice and important.
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Gilt Bronze Cross. Southern Europe XVI-XVII Century AD. Gilded cast bronze cross with Madonna and Child in center and heads of saints in four arms. 32 mm high. Decorative applique plaque for wooden cross or reliquary. Minor wear to gilding, else intact and choice. Excellent workmanship.
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Gold Plated Amulet. India, XIX Century AD. Gold plated silver circular amulet of Deity seated with outstretched arms with suspension loop on top, 20 mm. dia Intact, Choice.
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Iron Broad Arrowhead. Europe, XIII-XIV Century AD. Socketed iron arrowhead with wide barbed triangular head. 4.5 long. This one hit something hard. Bend to shaft, one barb also bent and chipped, else intact, stabilized rust patina. Rare. This is the flight arrow used by long bows.
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Iron Wood Working Chisel. Central Europe, Dark Ages, VII-X Century AD. Heavy Iron Chisel with socket mount. 7.5 long. These tools rarely survive.
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Iron Wool Comb. English, XVIII Century AD. Rectangular head, with tang for handle attachment, formed of sheet metal riveted together. 3 1/2 x 5 1/2. Mostly sound metal, missing some teeth, otherwise intact and unusual.
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