Roman - Pendants

ca. 50 B.C. - 450 A.D.

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Bildnummer 0022 

No. 016

added27.11.2000, changed11.05.2022

Roman pendant from a military belt, may be used as earring or pendant. 2nd to 3rd century AD. Length: 5 cm / 2 inches. Original made from tinned brass.

Silver 925 39,00 EUR

No. 334

added27.11.2000, changed11.05.2022

Roman Lunula pendant. The crescent was attributed to the goddess Luna. Women used it as pendant and in the form of fibulae (Nos. 121, 376). We find it also as decoration on military equipment (Nos. 264, 355). 1st to 4th century AD. Width: 2.9 cm / 1.1 inches.

Silver 925 42,00 EUR

No. 517

added27.11.2000, changed11.05.2022

Golden charm against the Evil Eye, found in Sicily, Italy. Depicted on the disc are different symbols attacking the Evil Eye (in the center): Thunderbolt of Jupiter, lizard, goose, snake, cock, dog, lion, phallus and scorpio. Diameter: 4 cm / 1.6 inches.

Silver 925 47,00 EUR

No. 245

added27.11.2000, changed11.05.2022

Phallus-shaped pendant from Augsburg-Oberhausen, Germany. This symbol occurs in many different forms and was used to protect valuable things (like horses) against the Evil Eye. These pendants were never worn by persons - we have no evidence of burials with phalli inside! They were also used as gifts to the gods. We can find them often in temple areas. 1st to 3rd century AD. Height: 4 cm / 1.6 inches. Original made from brass.

Brass 25,00 EUR

No. 337

added27.11.2000, changed11.05.2022

Phallus-shaped pendant from the Celto-Roman temple area at the Martberg (Mosel river), Germany, 1st to 3rd century AD (see No. 245). Height: 3.7 cm / 1.5 inches. Original made from brass.

Brass 29,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0033
Bildnummer 0084 

No. 478

added27.11.2000, changed11.05.2022

Pendant in open work design. From Mainz, Germany, end of 2nd to middle of 3rd century AD. Width: 3.1 cm / 1.2 inches. Original made from tinned bronze.

925er Silber 42,00 EUR

No. 510

added27.11.2000, changed11.05.2022

Pendant in open work design with inserted coin in the center from the treasure find at Naix, Dep. Meuse, France. Original made from gold, middle of 3rd century AD. Available with coin from Emperor Caracalla or without coin. Diameter of center (without coin): 2.1 cm / 0.8 inches; height: 4.7 cm / 1.8 inches.

Silver 925 (without coin) 52,00 EUR
Silver 925 with coin 64,00 EUR

No. 679

added07.01.2002, changed17.03.2011

Roman republican denar with the head of JANUS; on the reverse a galley with the inscription "C. FONT" (C. Fontius, mintmaster 114-113 BC). Under the galley "ROMA". Also available as a pendant: Add 2 Euro.

Silver 925 9,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0123
Bildnummer 0193 

No. 694

added08.01.2002, changed11.05.2022

Small silver crescent pendant from Windisch (VINDONISSA), Switzerland, 1st to 2nd century AD. It possibly once belonged to a statue. Height: 1.6 cm / 0.6 inches.

Silver 925 23,00 EUR
Silver 925, gold plated 33,00 EUR

No. 685

added07.01.2002, changed11.05.2022

Pendant from the fort at Windisch (VINDONISSA), Switzerland, 1st century AD. Replica is reduced to a height of 3 cm / 1.2 inches. Original made from tinned brass.

Silver 925 55,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0207
Bildnummer 0209 

No. 662

added07.01.2002, changed11.05.2022

Brooch designed in the so-called Celto-Roman style. End of 2nd to middle of 3rd century AD. Diameter: 3.5 cm / 1.4 inches. Original made from tinned bronze, military brooch. Also available as a pendant. Private collection.

Silver 925 55,00 EUR

No. 663

added07.01.2002, changed31.01.2012

Brooch designed in the so-called Celto-Roman style. End of 2nd to middle of 3rd century AD. Diameter: 3 cm / 1.2 inches. Original made from tinned bronze; military brooch. Also available as a pendant. From the Saalburg fort, Germany.

Silver 925 45,00 EUR

No. 675

added07.01.2002, changed11.05.2022

Brooch designed in the so-called Celto-Roman style. End of 2nd to middle of 3rd century AD. Height: 4 cm / 1.6 inches. Original made from tinned bronze. Military brooch. Also available as a pendant. Private collection.

Silver 925 52,00 EUR

No. 635

added07.01.2002, changed11.05.2022

Brooch with the letters RMA. It could be read as either ROMA or PRIMA. End of 2nd to middle of 3rd century AD. Original made from tinned bronze. Height: 3.1 cm / 1.2 inches. Soldier's brooch.

Silver 925 49,00 EUR
Tinned bronze 37,00 EUR

No. 664

added07.01.2002, changed11.05.2022

Axe-shaped brooch. End of 2nd to middle of 3rd century AD. The axe is probably the symbol of the cult of Iupiter Dolichenus, which was widespread in the Empire at that time. Original made from tinned bronze, private collection. Length: 4.6 cm / 1.8 inches. Also available as a pendant.

Silver 925 48,00 EUR
Tinned bronze 35,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0214
Bildnummer 0226 

No. 692

added09.01.2002, changed11.05.2022

Silver coin of Magnentius, strucked between 350 and 353. Backside with the christian Rho - Chi symbol. Available as coin - or pendant (add 3 Euro).

Silver 925 9,00 EUR

No. 721

added14.11.2002, changed11.05.2022

Phallus-shaped pendant with "Fica" from Germany, private collection. 1st to 3rd century AD. Length: 4.6 cm / 1.8 inches. Original made from brass.

Brass 25,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0266
Bildnummer 0268 

No. 720

added14.11.2002, changed11.05.2022

Phallus-shaped pendant from Köln, Germany. This symbol occurs in a lot of different forms and was used to protect valuable things (like horses) against the Evil Eye. These pendants were never worn by persons - we have no evidence of burials with phalli inside! They were also used as gifts to the gods. We can find them often in temple areas. 1st to 3rd century AD. Length: 3.7 cm / 1.5 inches. Original made from brass.

Brass 25,00 EUR

No. 876

added02.01.2003, changed11.05.2022

Brooch designed in the so-called Celto-Roman style Frankfurt/Main, Germany. End of 2nd to middle of 3rd century AD. Diameter: 3.2 cm / 1.3 inches. Original made from tinned bronze.

Silver 925 55,00 EUR
Brass 35,00 EUR
Tinned brass 41,00 EUR

 Bildnummer 0326
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