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RAM1

Reference: RAM1 / Cat. No.

Period: Roman

Origin: Possibly Asia Minor

Date: 100 - 200 AD

Description:

On discus: gladiator r., sword in r. hand, shield covering l. arm. Faint palm-branch to r.

Heart-shaped nozzle. Planta pedis mark.

Manufacture: Mould made.

Notes:
Cf. BMC III, Q3089; Walters, 1136.

Comments:
Probably a victorious murmillo. He wears a crested helmet, holds a gladius (straight sword) and a long rectangular shield. The palm-branch represents victory.



RAM1



Last edited: 09-03-2008

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