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Roman artefacts

Roman zoomorphic fibula

Bronze fibula

Wax and bronze

Archers ring II

Archers ring I

Archers ring I

Roman archers ring (zekier) with engraved decoration.

Ring buckle Rome III c AD

Baldric fittings Rome III c AD

Provincial Roman fibula I c AD

Roman legionary brooch II c AD

Roman fibula I - II c AD

Roman fibula II c AD

Wolf headed bow fibula

Small lead container

Set of lead containers

The lead containers were used probably for the magic purposes. They use to contain organic material and a lead sheet with lettered curses.

Zoomorphic scabbard fitting III c AD

Belt fittings Lyon III c AD

VTERE FELIX - 'Use with Luck' was very popular inscription in II /III c AD.This Belt fittings were found in Lyon burial included coins of AD 194. Bishop suggest, the dead soldier may participate in the battle of Lugundum AD 197

Roman military belt Vc AD

Gallo roman brooch

Archers ring II

Provincial Roman fibulae

Small roman III c AD

Late roman fibula

Crossbow fibula I

Crossbow fibula with the 'VTERE FELIX inscription indicates that the brooch dates from the beginning IV century. The wire spring is not very frequent solution in this type of fibulae.

Crossbow fibula I

Crossbow fibula with the 'VTERE FELIX inscription indicates that the brooch dates from the beginning third century. The wire spring is not very frequently encountered in this type of fibulae.

Crosbow type II

Gladiators Sica sword

The Sica sword accordance with its primary origin was used by gladiators called Thraeces. They commonly fought Myrmillonis (Fisherman) or Hoplomachi shield fighter. Overall length ow the sword -68 cm weight 670g. The bade was forged by Mr. Szymon Chlebowski

Roman- sarmatian buckle

Sarmatian buckle with Tamga symbol and probably officers ring, Sarmatian auxilia II CE

Republican montefortino

Early Montefortino type, , cast bronze helmet.Republican Rome II -I BC

Montefortino type elements

Early Montefortino type, , cast bronze helmet.Republican Rome II -I BC

Montefortino III

Montefortino III

Legionary 'propaganda' brooch - Victoria

Fibula with a figural scene showing Victoria giving a garland to eagle. The symbolism of this scene is a clear reference to the value represented by the Roman Empire during the period of expansion. Rome limes II- III century AD.

Pocket knife

Small (total lenght 13 cm) pocket knife, Rome II c AD

Roman "Swiss Army Knife"

An unusual knife based on fund from Fitzwilliam, Great Britain. Roman III A.D. Brass and silver gilt.