As seen in the Anness book "The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Swords and Sabres" by Harvey J. Withers. The artist may have portrayed his The Roman Legion was not only a fighting force but also contained a work force of support groups that maintained the troops and built and repaired the infrastructure needed to keep the men comfortable, housed and able to move quickly when needed. Era: Late 1st C. BC to Early 2nd C. AD This artifact was a gift from friends in England. An image of this pugio is featured on the Simon & Schuster book cover "Death of Caesar" by Barry Strauss, that also includes a German edition published by Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft (WBG) - Konrad Theiss Verlag. Style: Roman Style: Greco/Roman Era: Mid to Late 1st AD Nice light green patina. The rectangular stamp bears the letters LEG I ITAL within a shallow border. ... 72 of 223 roman military paintings for sale. Detail pictures of the miniature art and other information are posted with the Ancient European Arthurian Related Artifacts Section of the Roman Officer homepage. An extremely rare variant with the spade. Style: Roman Tacitus wrote in his Germania Material: Bronze Christies, c. 2nd -3rd Century A.D. US$ 7000. Nearby from Material: Iron, Bronze, and Ivory. Style: Roman This is a 1/72 scale Roman Auxiliary Calvary plastic model military set from Hat Industries Figures. Iron and Bronze (With Traces of Silver Gilding) Culture: Roman and Roman Provincial Detail pictures of the miniature art and other information are posted with the Ancient European Arthurian Related Artifacts Section Section of the Roman Officer homepage. does not appear to be a result of poor craftsmanship, as the excellent Ding on edge of blade may have some significance in addition to the hole itself, likely to indicate "damage" in combat. H: 2 1/4" (5.8 cm). Culture: Roman Provincial Cf. Origin: A renown English private collection of militaria, Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from the Netherlands. #59575: $399 SOLD, Ancient Rome, 1st-3rd century AD. Roman antiquities come from the fall of the Roman Empire to the discovery of America in 1476. When this statue was in the previous collection it was identified as a representation and legionary votive of Hercules, along with the current identification this may also be so, in fact it appears that it may be a specific type of Hercules associated with Britannia, this concept will be explored at a later date. Culture: Roman Provincial Culture: Roman 6 3/4" x 7 3/4" x 7/8" (17.2 x 19.7 x 2.2 cm). "I may have a hole in my body but I shall fight on." Measures 4x3 inches, and is chunky at 1 3/8 inch thick. The blade appears to have been treated with a tinted black chromium or with an alloy with chromium, hence the Class I to II condition that deems it as the finest example of a gladius known. to the fall of the Roman Empire in the 4th century A.D. Ancient Rome, 1st-3rd century AD. Culture: Roman Provincial It was the Roman equivalent of a small artillery piece. SEE MORE ANCIENT ROMAN ARTIFACTS The axe was a fundamental weapon of the Roman Byzantine soldiers - both on foot and on horseback. Very rare and in excellent condition. If so then when the legionary was on move it may have been kept in a small pouch. Barbs worn in antiquity, likely from extensive use. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from California. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from New York and Germany, Material: Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from England, found Material: Bone A museum-quality example! Culture: Roman Provincial The Eating Knife has miniature engravings and inscriptions including a Triton with standards, the inscriptions appear to be of Legion XV Apollinaris. Culture:Roman Provincial Era: 2nd AD be from an Old English Collection and originally from Turkey. 33 mm (1 5/16") with great light green patina. Bronze, Lead Overlay, and Fossilized Leather   Measures a whopping 77 mm (3 inches) by 53 mm (2 1/8 inches) - several times larger than these are usually found. Origin: From an Antiquities Dealer in California. Issued to a soldier wounded in combat, much like a modern-day "purple heart" medal. Era: 2nd to 3rd Century AD Era: Second Half of the 1st Century AD or not, but there are a few theories. Iron, Traces of Bronze, and Fossilized Wood 1st Century Tin-Plated Mainz Balteus - Roman Belt Adjustable Roman Balteus Belt with Tassets from thick leather and fittings are tin-plated brass. Benet R99-0104. Era: Flavian Culture: Roman Provincial Origin: From an Old Danish Collection, Material: Iron, Bronze, Silver (With traces of gold gilding), and fossilized Wood. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from California. With 60 years of experience, IMA is the largest militaria retailer in the world with thousands of rare military antiques for sale. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from California, Material: Silver Roman Legion Legionary Auxiliary Sword Gladius Spatha Ancient Artifacts Antique. Culture: Roman Provincial Style: Roman and Roman Provincial Displays nicely... better than photo. Origin: From an Antiquities Dealer in California, origin attributed as from the Balkans. Origin: From an Old English private collection Our Roman helms will complete a Roman legionnaire or centurion ensemble, though no look is truly finished without an impressive Roman sword like a spatha or gladius. 30x9 mm (1 3/16" x 3/8"). For additional information and images on this artifact, Click Here! ref: Speidel & Reynolds (var). Origin: From and Identified by English Archeologist and Antiquities Dealer Lord A. Murray, Found in the Rhine River. Culture: Roman Provincial a distinct, animal like snout. Era: 1st Century BC A very substantial piece! Small Roman bronze gladius / sword amulet. 28 mm (1 1/8") with light olive-green patina. Material: Iron, Bronze, and Fossilized Bone A fantastic piece, repaired from 2 pieces, otherwise intact with some chipping to edges. Historical Context: This arrowhead was manufactured by the ROMAN EMPIRE during the period spanning the era of the ROMAN REPUBLIC period (300 to 30 BC) and the ROMAN IMPERIAL period (30 BC to 470 AD). #80032: $475 SOLD, Ancient Rome, 1st-4th century AD. Era: First Half of the 1st Century AD Origin: From an Old German Collection via a German Antiquities Dealer, Material: Bronze and Copper With Traces Of; Gold Gilding, Silver Gilding, Lead Overlay, Lead Wash, Resins, and Niello Era: 69 to 73 AD Bronze Culture: Roman #5866: $350 SOLD, Ancient Rome, c. 2nd-3rd century AD. $55.15 shipping. Or it could be that the craftsman/artist had been commissioned Last month, a couple dozen items were returned to … #80033: $699 SOLD, Ancient Rome, c. 2nd century AD. The overall length of the Eating Knife is 23 cm, the blade near the hilt has remnants of four square teeth. Origin: From an Antiquities Dealer in California. Marc Antony & Cleopatra Silver Coins The LEG XII referred to is the Legion XII Fulminata, with its main base in Asia Minor. Guaranteed Authentic. A fascinating piece of history. Style: Roman Origin: An Antiquities Dealer in England, purportedly from an Old English Collection and found in Spain. Era: 2nd to 3rd C. AD Material: Bronze We are a low cost resource for museums, galleries, and the general public to acquire high grade Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and Medieval antiquities, ancient coins, and fossils. Culture: Roman Provincial Material: Bronze With Traces Of Gold and Silver Gilding Material: Found near a Legionary encampment bear the Danube River, Eastern Europe. entertainment, not with Roman soldiers. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from California. Founded in the post war years when good items were relatively abundant we grew with the Civil War Centennial and through the Revolutionary War Bicentennial to become the largest volume dealers in our field. Origin: From a re-known English Collection, found in 1982 near the site of the Caerieon (Welsh for "Fortress of the legion") Roman Fort, Gwent, Wales, Headquarters of Legion II Augusta from 75 AD to Approx. Culture: Roman Great piece with sharp detail! The ancient cultures of Egypt, Greece, and Rome combined spread across several millennia, from the rise of Egypt's Old Kingdom in the 27th century B.C. Material: Bronze Since 1965, we have served collectors, providing fine and rare antique arms & armor and a broad spectrum of related items. Ancient Roman, Italy, Holy Land Terracotta Oil Lamp W Designs 100 BC - 200 AD last stand. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from England, found on a hilltop in Norfolk County, England, it is 39.6 cm in length. One piece from the end of a leather whip used to inflict punishment upon soldiers when they acted against orders. BACK TO: ROMAN AMAZON, VENUS SOUTH BEACH CLICK HERE, Material: Bronze Style: Roman Style: Roman Style: Roman/Roman Provincial To date there is no evidence to verify such a statement Culture: Roman Huge Roman ceramic brick stamped with "LEG I ITALI [spade]", made by the Italica legion under Trajan at Olpia Oescus on the lower Danube (one of Trajan's strategic bases prior to the second invasion of Dacia in 106 AD). Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from England, purported to The idea of the defeated being thrown into a hole can be seen with various artifacts on this website. The iconography on the pommel highly suggests that the sword has meteorite metal. Choose your favorite roman army designs and purchase them as wall art, home decor, phone cases, tote bags, and more! 22 mm (15/16") long. This is a typical Late Roman Legionary Propeller Some losses to feet and legs. Culture: Roman / Roman Provincial Style: Roman Era: 1st Century AD Get the best deals on Roman Legion In Roman Antiquities when you shop the largest online selection at eBay.com. Origin: From an Antiquities Dealer in Germany. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from NJ, Material: We are famous for the quality of the artifacts we offer, but the antiquities for sale in this section, are the pinnacle of their field. Origin: From an Old English private collection. Shop for roman army art from the world's greatest living artists. When our archive is completed it will include more detailed information and pictures. Style: Roman We have Roman body armor such as centurion, Lorica Segmenta and muscle armor. subject like this as Sarmatians were associated with the dragon. Dealer from California. Style: Roman Cf. Loricas were used by the Roman Empire between the 2nd and 3rd century AD. This site is intented for the sale of military antiques from the First and Second World War. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer in England, from an English Collection, Material: Lead and Paint Ex Canadian private collection. Go to cart page Continue shopping Culture: Roman ROMAN Bronze Gladiatorial Glass Gold Jewellery Pottery Silver Stone Terracottas Various ROMAN MILITARY SASANIAN SAXON SCARABS & SCARABOIDS SEALS (other than scarabs) SOUTH ITALIAN Canosan Daunian Messapian SPECIAL SALES (registered members only) TEXTILES USHABTIS UTENSILS, INSTRUMENTS & TOOLS VIKING VILLANOVAN WEAPONS WEIGHTS WRITING Collectors of militaria often see it … MASSIVE ANCIENT ROMAN DOLABRA PICK AXE FROM THE BYZANTINE ROMAN ARMY *R285. Free shipping on many items ... Roman Legion Legionary Auxiliary Army Cavalry Military Ancient Artifacts Antique. Style: Roman Culture: Roman Provincial Era: Late 3rd To Early 4th C. AD Earthen deposits. Style: Greco/Roman ex-London, UK gallery. Culture: Roman Provincial Cf. 300 AD. Iron Unlike a lot of collectible items, militaria is unique in that every piece tells a story; every medal, every watch, every pin badge belonged to someone in the military and provides a glimpse into their world of bravery and endeavour. is known as Roman grotesque, which is usually associated with Style: Roman Provincial It is dedicated to collectors, musea and other persons with an historical interest in this period. $1,485.00. Historical Artifacts for Sale | Gettysburg Museum Of History Style: Roman #AR2799: $250 SOLD, Roman bronze flagellum or scourge (Cat 'o' Nine Tails) punishment instrument. Style: Roman Provincial One of the most attractive and desirable ancient amulets. Very very cool. One of the most attractive and desirable ancient amulets. The hole through the blade is representitive of a hole in the body. Material: Silver Era: 293 AD to 313 AD Material: Bronze Origin: From an Old Austrian collection, purchased at auction in Paris in 1950, and found in Sicily during a house construction in the 1930's. Belt Applique. Culture: Roman The brick is well preserved with some minor chipping and earthen deposits. The items for sale on this site are sold for historical or research purposes only. Fossilized Leather and Fossilized Wood. Era: 1st to 3rd C. AD Fantastic and huge piece. Era: 1,200 to 800 BC and 33 BC to 14 AD $4,500.00. The J. Paul Getty Museum is the most high-profile museum to come under fire for acquiring objects with less-than-clean bills of sale. 1st-4th century AD. We cater to first-time buyers as well as the experienced collector supplying single and lot quantities of Egyptian, Greek, and Roman antiquities, ancient coins, and fossils. Material: Iron and Bronze the 1930's via an Atlanta Antiquities Dealer. At Canonbury Antiques we have a large range of bronze soldiers and warriors. ex-London, UK gallery. Both sides covered with Latin inscriptions commemorating a soldier or Legionaire's completion of his military duties. Culture: Roman Provincial Origin: An Antiquities Dealer in England, found in Gloucester, Origin: An Antiquities Dealer in California, purported to have been found in Germany. Style: Roman Style: Roman Provincial Origin: From a Dealer in Germany. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer in Las Vegas, Material: Terracotta Style: Roman Era: Late 2nd to Early 4th Century AD At some point in the near future we will post pictures of the miniature work. ex-Abell auctions, Los Angeles, CA. Material: that he viewed the Sarmatians as having a physically repulsive Iron Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from the Netherlands, purported to have been found in an area of Germany near where the Teutoburg Forrest Disaster took place. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from NJ and an Antiquities Ex English collection. in 1988 near the village of Venne, Germany. One of the most attractive and desirable ancient amulets. Culture: Roman Shop by category. Small Roman bronze gladius / sword amulet. #AR2371: $750 SOLD, Ancient Roman terracotta brick, 1st - 2nd Century AD. Material: Iron, Silver/Lead Alloy, Bronze, and Ivory Era: First Half of the 2nd Century AD The stamp impression is a bit weak to the right side, but the brick is complete and quite substantial. A Legionary piece, impressed with stamp of the Legio I Italica!    This is the first segment of a two segment bone Cavalry spatha (long sword) grip. The brick itself with some losses, but the long rectangular stamp is nearly complete. Culture: Roman For those interested in the Samaritans in Britain, it is an important discovery. Culture: Roman Provincial Rare Artifacts For Sale. Culture: Roman Provincial Style: Roman Material: Bronze, Lead Overlay, and Fossilized Leather Era: Augustan (30 BC To 14 AD) 15 to 16 AD Culture: Roman Style: Roman Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from England, found in 1988 near the village of Venne, Germany.Nearby from the village of Venne is Kalkriese (Osnabruck), Kalkreise is now thought by some to have been where Varus's legions or elements of those legions made a last stand. Enter your search keyword ... Rare Roman Era Bronze Military Short Sward With Gold Gildiding Artifact . Style: Roman Era: First Half of the 1st Century AD Site Wide Sale Relics of the Reich is proud to offer some of the best collectibles in WWI and WWII German Militaria on today's market. artist. Material: Gold Miniature art and inscriptions have been found on all three of the existing rivets, althoiugh the photographing of these is a bit of a challenge. This is a genuine piece of the Roman's Military arsenal - considered the most advanced of its time. Get the best deal for Roman Antiquities from the largest online selection at eBay.com. Era: 2nd Century AD Era: Early 2nd Century AD Remember, the greatest ancient art and antiquity collections in the world are defined by the legendary specimens they contain. Some of this has to do with the followin; the Roman invasion of Britain in 43 AD, Vespasian, a comet, and local legends of the Silures. Material: Bronze Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from California. Era: 1st to 3rd Century AD There is one theory that the rank was second to the Praefectus Castrorum. Small Roman bronze gladius / sword amulet. It is a motion artifact in that it is weighted and designed (on it's base) to slightly rock back and forth with one quick motion to the right (as if vibrating) for approx. More details Roman Marble Head of Apollo, ex. Material: Iron and Bronze Era: 2nd Century AD Era: Mid to Late 1st AD Material: Bronze "I may have a hole in my body but I shall fight on." ... We've shipped over 1 million items worldwide for our 500,000+ artists. Feb 12, 2014 - Explore Yoli Gar-Villa's board "Roman Artifacts" on Pinterest. #BL0910168: $650 SOLD, Roman terracotta brick with stamp of Legio III Augusta, 1st - 2nd Century AD. As this artifact appears to have the answers as to who the historical King Arthur actually was it is our most featured artifact. The statue has miniature art. Material: Issued to a soldier wounded in combat, much like a modern-day "purple heart" medal. Material: Bronze, Lead Overlay, Paint, and Electrum Culture: Roman and Roxolani Sarmatian You will find newer items from WW1 and WW2, as well as older vintage militaria for sale dating back to the 18th century and older. The blade has engravings and decorations, most notably is a sword with a dragon grip and lighting (that is in fact chromium) coming from the sword's tip. Culture: Greco/Roman The pommel tang cap and grip are made of ivory, although these are shriveled due to the desert heat, both have eleaborate engravings. Style: Roman Material: Iron Style: Roman and Roman Provincial Product was successfully added to your shopping cart. Era: 1st Century AD #80034: $699 SOLD, Roman terracotta brick stamped with LEG XII within a rectangular impression, c. 1st - 2nd Century AD. Here you can buy original items from WW2, and although these are mainly German items, we also have a wide range of items from other countries who took part in WW2. Material: Style: Roman A nice and massive example! Origin: An Antiquities Dealer in California. This is mainly due to a shellac coating that was used to preserve the artifact in the mid 20th C. Nevertheless we expect to have at least a few pictures posted soon. Culture: Roman Provincial Era: 213 AD ex-German private collection. Culture: Roman Provincial #AR2438: $275 SOLD - Ask about alternates! Culture: Roman the helmeted head of a Late Roman Era Sarmatian. A nice fragment of a Roman terracotta brick with a legionary stamp "E-X". Benet R99-0104. The hole in the blade is representitive of a hole in the body. Era: 16 AD to 92 AD 2.25 inches. Gorgeous black patina with earthen deposits. They were originally stationed in Gaul and were later relocated to the town of Novea, on the south bank of the Danube in Moesia Inferior. now thought by some to have been where Varus's legions or elements of those legions made a #AR2728: $1250 SOLD, Ancient Rome, 1st-3rd century AD. Our Roman clothing includes items like Roman tunics, gladiator sandals, and leather belts. Era: 2nd To 5th Century AD Era: Flavian under Domitian (81 to 96 AD) A fascinating piece of history. Despite being so long ago, you can find many types of ancient Roman artifacts on eBay that may make perfect additions to your Roman antiquities collection. C $312.18. England, Material: Silvered Bronze Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from California, Material: Bronze with Traces of Thin Lead Overlay and One Trace of Gold Gilding Roman Products and Item - The Largest Selection of Roman Swords, Shields, Helms, Clothing, Accessories, Coins and Re-enactment Gear on the Internet. #AR2767: $299 SOLD. Style: Roman #0611129x3: $375 SOLD, A near complete terracotta brick bearing the stamp of Roman Legion I Italica, c. 1st - 2nd Century AD, which was stationed in what is today Svishtov, Bulgaria. Era: 9 AD This Pugio is seen as example 72 in the data base (Chapter IX) of the book Pugio - Gladius Brevis Est: History and Technology of the Roman Battle Dagger (BAR International Series 2404) 2012, by Marco Saliola and Fabrizio Caspini. appearance. Material: Gold Gilded Bronze 1/48 Roman Chariot w/4 Horses & 2 Charioteers $19.98 $16.29 1.877.3MEDUSA. Culture: Roman C $12.74 shipping. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer in Nevada, Material: Bronze and Enamel It is from a well known Old English collection, it was described as a Roman gladius grip segment. The hole through the blade is representitive of a hole in the body. One of the most attractive and desirable ancient amulets. Culture: Roman and Roman Provincial Material: Gray Marble #23725: $399 SOLD, Roman bronze flagellum or scourge (Cat 'o' Nine Tails) punishment instrument. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer in the Netherlands, Material: Style: Roman 2005 Alexis Nihon Blvd. Discription:This is probably one of the rarest swords ever to be offered on Ebay - an original 1st century Roman Gladius or Short Sword.Overall length is 24.5",and the blade length is 18", and is just over 2" in breadth at its widest part.The pommel and crossguard are of bronze, and the blade is of iron.The blade is double edged,with a pronounced medial ridge running down the centre. Origin: An Antiquities Dealer from England, Material: Gold Gilded Bronze, Silver Plated with Lead Overlay Large 40 mm (1 1/2") with great deep green patina with light earthen deposits. Tip of one barb broken off in antiquity. Benet R99-0104. Origin: Campania, Italy via an Australian collector of Roman artifacts include pottery, weapons, weaponry, arms, armor, and bronze. The rectangular impression bears the inscription LEG I ITAL within a rectangular bar. See more ideas about roman artifacts, roman, ancient romans. Under the green patina, the guard is black with work done in white overlay. Era: Late 2nd to Early 3rd Century Material: Bronze, Gold Gilt, Silver Gilt, Lead, and Paint with Lacquers 7 3/8" x 7 1/4" x 3 1/4" (18.8 x 18.4 x 8.3 cm). The face of the brick is intact with earthen deposits, the back side with a few chips and minor losses. Roman armor was the last line of defense against the enemy during battle. Style: Roman Culture: Roman Provincial The crudeness of the subject Gordian III, 238-244 AD. Culture: Roman Provincial As seen as a Roman Contos in the Anness book "The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Swords and Sabres" by Harvey J. Withers, Material: Bronze He is shown wearing full Roman legionary attire and crested helmet, left hand at his side clenching an uncertain object, right resting on spear (now lost). Era: Late 1st C. BC to 1st C. AD Culture: Roman Depicting Legionary Galleys, To make a purchase, or for more information, CLICK HERE, Related search topics: ancient Roman war artifacts, ancient Rome military, Roman military artifacts for sale, Roman military camp artifacts, Roman battlefield relic, Rome battle artifact, ancient Roman soldier artifact, Roman soldiers artifacts for sale, Roman legion relics, ancient Roman legionary antiques antiquity, Los Angeles California USA, Excellent Roman bronze figure of Mars, 2nd - 3rd Century AD. Era: 1st or 2nd Century AD We also offer other weapons like Roman daggers, Roman spears, and Roman shields, as well. Genuine Roman Empire Collection: Box of 12 Silver Coins from Imperial Rome : Authentic Artifact $2,520.00 $1,679.85 Compare Genuine The Legacy of Alexander the Great: A History in 8 Silver Coins of the Greek World Box : Authentic Artifact $2,385.00 $1,589.85 7 1/2" x 7 3/4" x 3 1/4" (19.2 x 19.7 x 8.3 cm). Roman Military Gear and Equipment suitable for display or Re-enactment use. Bronze and Lead Benet R99-0104. One piece from the end of a leather whip used to inflict punishment upon soldiers when they acted against orders. Culture: Roman Provincial "I may have a hole in my body but I shall fight on." All roman military paintings ship within 48 hours and include a 30-day money-back guarantee. Culture: Roman Origin: From a Dealer in England, Material: Bronze, Lead, Traces of Alloy Overlay, and Paste 5" x 4 1/2" (12.8 x 11.4 cm). Found in the Holy Land! 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