Archaeological reproduction of a roman slave collar from the Museo Nazionalle alle Terme de Diocleziano, Rome. Inscription:FUGI TENE ME CVM REVOCV VERIS ME DM ZONINO ACCIPIS SOLIDVM "I fled, stop me, when you return me to my owner Zonino, you will receive a solid (gold coin)." Made of bronce.
Bracelet inspired by the Roman torques and quinary as decoration. The quinarius was a small silver Roman coin valued at half a denarius. The quinarius was struck for a few years, along with the silver sestertius, following the introduction of the denarius in 211 BC. At this time the quinarius was valued at 5 asses. For a few years following its...
Replica made of bronze TENE ME NE FUGIA(m) ET REVO CA ME AD DOM(i)NUM EVVIVENTIUM IN AR(e)A CALLISTI. "Stop me so as not to flee, and return me to my lord Eviventium in the temple of Callixtus" Archaeological reproduction of a roman slave collar from the The British Museum. Measures: 4,4x3,3
Miniature reproduction of Roman shield. Used for battle, the most wealthy warriors used shields made entirely of bronze. Not only were round shields, but also rectangular ones. It represents the strength of the ancient warriors of Roman times. Made of patinated bronze.
The scraping spoon is a metal instrument, usually made of bronze or brass. Regarding the use of these objects are thought to have an surgical function. The long, wide, scraping spoon is wider and deeper at the end, and serves to scrape diseased concavities, especially bones. Height: Aprox 16.5 cm