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ANCIENT JEWELLERY, WEAPONRY AND CLASSICAL ART

Pax Romana Auctions Live Webcast Auction 04 Oct 2020 13:00 BST
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ca. 100 - 300 AD Large ancient Roman cavalry spear head; long blade with socketed shaft. Superb Condition, custom made stand.Size: L:510mm / W:45m...

c. 1000-1400 AD. Medieval Period. An iron axe / war hammer head composed of a broad cutting blade and a spiked point on the rear as well as a long...

C. 450 -100 BC. La Tene culture. A long iron sword with a pointed, tapering, bevelled blade, and a long tang for affixing a handle to the blade. I...

c. 1400 AD. Medieval Persian. Iron sword or large dagger, with curved blade, protruding rectangular guard, and flaring tang. One side of the blade...

C. 1-300 AD. Roman. A socketed iron pilum spear head with a barbed, triangular blade. Pila were a key part of Roman military equipment and were us...

C. 450 -100 BC. La Tene culture. A long iron sword with a pointed, bevelled blade, and a long tang for affixing a handle to the blade. This item i...

900-1200 AD, Byzantine. Decorated Byzantine "fire grenade" comprising a browinish-red vessel with a short, out-turned neck decorated with incised ...

900-1200 AD, Byzantine. Decorated Byzantine "fire grenade" comprising a browinish-red vessel with a short, out-turned neck, a globular body is hig...

900-1200 AD, Byzantine. Decorated Byzantine "fire grenade" comprising a greyish vessel with a short neck nestled in a raised band of ceramic, the ...

900-1200 AD, Byzantine. Decorated Byzantine "fire grenade" comprising a globular greyish vessel with a short neck, flaring shoulders decorated wit...

c. 900-1100 AD. Viking age. An iron bearded axe head with an squat, heavy blade and a round socket. The bearded axe, or Skeggøx (from Old Norse Sk...

c. 900-1100 AD. Viking age. An iron bearded axe head with a, heavy blade, a lentoid shoulder and a round socket. The bearded axe, or Skeggøx (from...

c. 900-1100 AD. Viking age. An iron bearded axe head with an elongated, heavy blade and a round socket. The bearded axe, or Skeggøx (from Old Nors...

2000-1000 BC, Bronze Age, Amlash or Luristan. Bronze ritual axe head with curved blade, flaring head, circular socket with ribbed decoration and c...

2000-1000 BC, Bronze Age, Luristan. Bronze axe head with curved blade, sharply tapering head, and deep round socket, incised with geometric decora...

C. 2000-700BC, Luristan culture. A Luristan cast bronze mace head with a tubular shape and a protruding spheroid midsection. The upper portion of ...

C. 2000-700BC, Luristan culture. A Luristan cast bronze mace head with a tubular shape and a protruding spheroid head. The upper portion of mace h...

1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period. Bronze Age. A bronze spearhead with a leaf-shaped, lentoid sectioned blade, a wide raised midrib and a short, n...

ca. 1200 - 800 BC; Greek Archaic period. A bronze sword with a gently tapering, bevelled blade, wide raised midrib, a raised, crecent-shaped decor...

ca. 1200 - 800 BC; Greek Archaic period.This beautiful bronze sword has a tapering, bevelled blade with a raised midrib adorned with two shallow f...

800 – 600 BC. Greek Hoplite Period. Socketed Bronze spearhead comprising a substantial leaf-shaped, lentoid-section blade with raised midrib, and ...

800 – 600 BC. Greek Hoplite Period. Socketed Bronze spearhead comprising a substantial leaf-shaped, lentoid-section blade with raised midrib, and ...

800 – 600 BC. Greek Hoplite Period. Socketed Bronze spearhead comprising a substantial leaf-shaped, lentoid-section blade with raised midrib, and ...

ca. 1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period. A bronze spearhead with a slightly barbed leaf-shaped, lentoid sectioned blade, raised midrib and a short t...

ca. 1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period.A bronze spearhead with an elongated trianglular, lentoid sectioned blade, raised midrib and a very short ta...

ca. 1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period.A bronze spearhead with a slightly barbed leaf-shaped, lentoid sectioned blade, raised midrib and a short ta...

C. 600 AD. Migration Period. A long iron sword with a long, pointed, bevelled blade, a rectangular guard, and a long, rectangular tang for affixin...

1000-1500 AD, Crusader Period. An iron chamfron with decorative studs around the exterior and extensive incised decoration in the form of geometri...

C. 450 -100 BC. La Tene culture. A socketed spearhead with a thin, leaf-shaped blade and a gently flaring neck. Iron weapons were an important par...

C.800-1110. Viking Age. Iron spearhead with pyramidal blade with a slightly rased midrip and and gently flaring circular socket. Spears were an im...

700-1000 AD. Viking age. An iron sword with a long, doubled-edged blade, culminating in a point, a wide, broad, tapering guard and semi-circular p...

C. 450 -100 BC. La Tene culture. A long iron sword with a pointed, tapering, bevelled blade, and a long tang for affixing a handle to the blade. I...

1200-800 BC. Bronze Age Luristan. Bronze one-piece helmet with temple guards with four large repousse studs, probably also intended to convey add...

c. 900-1100 AD. Viking age. An excellent example of an iron bearded axehead with a heavy, curved blade, a subtriangular socket and rectangular fla...

c. 900-1100 AD. Viking age. An iron bearded axe head with an elongated, heavy blade and a round socket. The bearded axe, or Skeggøx (from Old Nors...

ca. 2nd millenium BC; Bronze axe with short, vertical blade to the front and a series of four spikes at the rear. The circular socket extends down...

C. 600 AD. Migration Period. A large iron axe featuring a broad blade with a slightly hooked bottom, flaring head, and long, circular eye. The bla...

c. 2000-1000 BC, Amlash culture. Cast bronze mace with hooked beak, bulbous eyes and stylised wings. The Amlash culture refers to an assortment of...

900-1200 AD, Byzantine. Decorated Byzantine "fire grenade" comprising a brownish-grey vessel with a short out-turnned neck, a globular body decora...

900-1200 AD, Byzantine. Decorated Byzantine "fire grenade" comprising a globular creme coloured vessel with a short neck, flaring shoulders decora...

c. 1400 AD. medieval Persian. Iron sword or large dagger, with curved blade, protruding barb on the exterior and flaring tang for insertion into a...

1000-1500 AD, Crusader Period . Beautiful iron sword with long, bevelled blade, which terminates in a point, wide guard with hooked ends for addit...

1200 – 800 BC, Greek Archaic. An ancient Greek era cast "Trojan" Bronze Age sword blade with a narrow, triangular blade; raised midrib; with sharp...

ca. 1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period.This beautiful bronze sword has a tapering, bevelled blade with a raised midrib adorned with a fuller or “bl...

ca. 1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period.This beautiful bronze sword has a tapering, bevelled blade with an ornate, decorated raised midrib adorned w...

ca. 1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period.This beautiful cast bronze sword has a tapering, bevelled blade and a recessed integral handle that would ha...

ca. 1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period.A bronze spearhead with a leaf-shaped, lentoid sectioned blade, a wide raised midrib and a short, flaring ne...

2000-1000 BC. Luristani Bronze Age Culture. A stunning bronze sword with a tapering, double-edged blade, double fuller or ‘blood groove,’ circular...

ca. 1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period.A bronze spearhead with an lozenge-shaped, lentoid sectioned blade, raised midrib and a very short tang. Bro...

ca. 1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period.A bronze spearhead with a leaf-shaped, lentoid sectioned blade, raised midrib and a short tang. Bronze weapo...

ca. 1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period.A bronze spearhead with a triangular, lentoid sectioned blade, raised midrib, a short tang and a vibrant gre...

C. 450 -100 BC. La Tene culture. A long iron sword with a pointed, tapering, bevelled blade, and a long tang for affixing a handle to the blade. I...

C. 450 -100 BC. La Tene culture. A socketed spearhead with a thin, leaf-shaped, lentoid sectioned blade and a slightly raised midrib. Iron weapons...

C. 1-300 AD. Roman. An iron pilum spear head with a barbed, triangular blade, and a long, narrow neck, and a robust flaring socket. Pila were a ke...

C.900-1110. Viking Age. Iron spearhead with narrow, triangular blade and flaring circular socket. Spears were an important component of Viking mil...

C. 1-300 AD. Roman. A socketed iron pilum spear head with a narrow, straight blade. Pila were a key part of Roman military equipment and were used...

c. 500-300 BC, Classical down to Alexander the Great period. This beautiful two-part Chalcidian helmet features a high-crested brown and hinged ch...

C. 600 AD. Migration Period. A long iron sword with a long, pointed, bevelled blade, a rectangular guard, and a long, rectangular tang for affixin...

1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period. This beautiful cast bronze sword has a tapering, bevelled blade with raised midrib, an integral handle with inc...

ca. 1200-800 BC, Greek Archaic Period.This beautiful cast bronze sword has a tapering, bevelled blade adornned with two fuller or "blood grooves" ...

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