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1031Romanadded 15.11.2020
changed 15.11.2020
790Romanadded 15.11.2020
changed 15.11.2020
Denar of the moneyer Marcus Iunius Brutus, one of the most known murders of Caesar, struck in Rome, 54 BC. Obverse: Head of Lucius Iunius BRUTUS, according to Roman legend, drove the Tarquin kings from Rome and became the first consul in 509 BC. Reverse: Head of C. Servilius AHALA, (magister equitum 439 BC). His fame rested on the contention that he saved Rome from Spurius Maelius in 439 BC by killing him with a dagger concealed under an armpit.
792Romanadded 15.11.2020
changed 15.11.2020
Marcus ANTonius, Denarius, military mint moving with Mark Antony (Patrae?), 32-31. ANT(onius) AUG(urus), IIIVIR(i) R(ei) P(ublicae) C(onstituandae). Rev. LEG VII Aquila between two signa.
840Romanadded 15.11.2020
changed 15.11.2020
Caius Iulius CAESAR, Denarius, 47-46 BC Mint in Africa. Diademed head of Venus.

Reverse: Aeneas advancing left, carrying palladium in right hand and his father Anchises on left shoulder.

Anchises was the son of Capys and Themiste. Together with the goddess of love, Aphrodite (Venus), he had the son Aeneas, progenitor of the Roman people. Ascanius-Iulus, son of Aeneas, was progenitor of the Julians and Julius Caesar.

895Romanadded 15.11.2020
changed 15.11.2020
Denar, struck from moneyer L. Livineius Regulus, 42 BC, Rome. In memory of Caius Julius Caesar.
969Romanadded 15.11.2020
changed 15.11.2020
Marcus Antonius, Denarius, 41 BC. Marcus ANT(onius) IMP(erator) AUG(urus) IIIVIR(i) R(ei) P(ublicae) C(onstituandae) M(arcus Cocceius) NERVA PROQ(uaestor) P(ropraetor).

Reverse his brother Lucius ANTONINUS as COnSul.

896Romanadded 15.11.2020
changed 16.11.2020
Denar, Sextus Pompeius Magnus, 42-40BC. Obverse head of his father Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus.
791Romanadded 17.11.2020
changed 17.11.2020
As, Agrippa (left) and Augustus (right), struck between 10 - 14 AD in Colonia Augusta Nemausus (Nimes, France). Inscription IMP DIVI F P P. Reverse chained crocodile to right, palm frond upwards in centre, wreath to left of palm tip with long ties trailing to right; COL(onia Augusta) NEM(ausus) across fields.
1042Romanadded 18.11.2020
changed 18.11.2020
Long Roman spatula. Length: 19.4 cm, private collection. Brass, 1st to 3rd century AD.
1006Germanicadded 12.11.2020
changed 20.11.2020
Marcomannic belt buckle from the middle/end of the 1st century AD. Belt width 2.5 cm. Original made from brass or bronze. Length of the buckle 10.9 cm.
1043Romanadded 20.11.2020
changed 20.11.2020
Forceps for soft tissues (lat.uvula forceps) from France. Copper alloy, length 20.3 cm.
1047Romanadded 20.11.2020
changed 20.11.2020
Quadrans from Claudius, Rome, 41 AD. Obverse: TI(berius) CLAUDIUS CAESAR AUG(ustus) with Modius, Reverse: PON(tifex) M(aximus) TR(ibunicia) P(otestate) IMP(erator) CO(n)S(ul) II around S(enatus) C(onsulto).
727Romanadded 20.11.2020
changed 20.11.2020
Roman scalpel from Bingen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. With handforged cutting blade of tempered steel. Length 14.9 cm, first to second century AD.
1041Romanadded 18.11.2020
changed 24.11.2020
Roman chisel for bones from Xanten, Germany. Handle brass, blade from handforged steel.

Length 13.5 cm.

237Celtic Iron Ageadded 25.11.2020
changed 25.11.2020
Reproduction of a bronze open work disc from Somme-Bionne (Marne), France. Size slightly reduced. Late 5th century BC. Diameter: 6.7 cm / 2.6 inches. Useable as brooch or pendant.
451Celtic Iron Ageadded 25.11.2020
changed 25.11.2020
Celtic sheet-gold disc with central coral inlay from Uitikon-üetliberg, Zürich, Switzerland. Copy slightly enlarged, around 400 BC. Diameter: 4 cm / 1.6 inches.
458Celtic Iron Ageadded 25.11.2020
changed 25.11.2020
Celtic mount from Brno-Malomerice, Moravia, Slowacia. 3rd century BC. Length: 5.8 cm / 2.3 inches. Useable as pendant.
331Germanicadded 27.11.2020
changed 04.12.2020
Set of 5 rivets from a sax scabbard in burial No. 6 from Niederstotzingen, Baden-Württemberg, South Germany. Around 600 to 630 AD. Diameter between 1.5 and 1.6 cm, copper alloy.
1002Romanadded 18.11.2020
changed 18.02.2022
Set of a military belt, around 180 to 250 AD. Private collection. Buckle length: 7.3 cm, for a width of 2.5 cm. The set contains buckle, 2 mounts and one terminal plate. Original made from tinned brass. Fits well with two strap ends no. Nr. 568
1044Medieval Periodadded 19.11.2020
changed 18.02.2022
Chape, 11./12th century. From Schwanberg, Bavaria, Germany. Heigth 4.5 cm. Opening at top 3.7 x 1.6 cm. Copper alloy with remains of tinning.
936Romanadded 18.11.2020
changed 18.02.2022
Set of a military belt, around 180 to 250 AD. Private collection. Buckle length: 9.8 cm, for a width of 2.8 cm. The set contains buckle, 2 mounts and one terminal plate. Original made from tinned brass. Fits well with two strap ends no. Nr. 568
925Germanicadded 15.11.2020
changed 11.05.2022
Germanic hair pin, bronze, second half of first century AD. Length: 14.1 cm
1045Medieval Periodadded 19.11.2020
changed 29.06.2022
Chape, 11./12th century. From Kastl, Bavaria, Germany. Heigth 4.8 cm. Opening at top 3.7 x 1.6 cm. Copper alloy with remains of tinning.
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