Roman Artifacts

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Luxury items and other physical artifacts from Ancient Rome.

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Cameos
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Earrings

Gold earring with disc and pendant Period: Mid Imperial Date: century A. Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Roman Artifacts, Roman Jewelry, Finger Lights, Ancient Beauty, Art Nouveau Jewelry, Ancient Romans

Gold earring with disc and pendant | Roman | Mid Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gold earring with agate bead Period: Late Republican–Early Imperial Date: late century century A. Culture: Roman Medium: Gold, agate Dimensions: Other: 1 in. cm) Accession Number: On view in Gallery 171 Style typical of Eastern part of Roman Empire Roman Jewelry, Greek Jewelry, Old Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Jewelry Making, Ethnic Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry

Gold earring with agate bead | Roman | Late Republican–Early Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The center of the rosette and the pendant below are missing the pearls or precious stones that once hung on the earring. Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Roman Artifacts, Roman Jewelry, Art Object, Rosettes, Gold Earrings, Crochet Earrings, Fancy

Gold earring with rosette disk | Roman | Late Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The center of the rosette and the pendant below are missing the pearls or precious stones that once hung on the earring.

Earring with pendants Roman Artifacts, Gold Earrings, Drop Earrings, Metropolitan Museum, Glass Pendants, Art History, The Dreamers, Gems, Jewels

Earring with pendants | Roman | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Utensils

This group of silver tableware forms part of a hoard, said to be from Tivoli, near Rome. Tivoli was a popular site for luxury villas in the Late Republic, and was to Rome what Boscoreale and Boscotrecase in the Campanian countryside were to Naples Ancient Roman Food, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greek, Ancient History, Roman History, Art History, Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artefacts, Rome Antique

Tableware from the Tivoli Hoard | Roman | Late Republican | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Period: Late Republican. Date: mid-1st century B.C.. Culture: Roman. Medium: Silver. Classification: Gold and Silver. Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1920. Access...

 CE) Bronze dipping or stirring rod Roman Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Dips, Bronze, Sauces, Roman Britain, Dip

Bronze dipping or stirring rod | Roman, Cypriot | Early to Mid Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Richter, Gisela M." Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 16 p. Gisela M. "Greek and Roman Accessions." Bullletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 16 p Ancient Roman Food, Ancient Rome, Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, 1st Century, Wood Carving, Archaeology, Objects, Bronze

Bronze spoon | Roman | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Richter, Gisela M. A. 1921. "Classical Accessions: Bronzes." Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 16 (2): p. 39.Richter, Gisela M. A. 1921. "Greek and Roman Accessions." Bullletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 16 (1): p

Silver spoon Period:Imperial century A. Culture:Roman Medium:Silver Dimensions:Other: 4 in. cm) Classification:Gold and Silver Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Vintage Silver, Antique Silver, Roman Jewelry, Roman History, Art History

Silver spoon | Roman | Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

(c. 200-300 CE) Roman Silver Spoon

(c. 100-300 CE) Bronze Serving Fork Roman Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Metropolitan Museum, Art Museum, Bronze, Fork, Roman Britain, Museum Of Art, Forks

Bronze serving fork | Roman | Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Silver spoon and fork Roman Artifacts, Silver Spoons, Ancient Rome, Fork, Elegant, Antiques, Twitter, Empire, Classy

Silver spoon and fork | Roman | Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Christie's, New York. 1999. Antiquities. December 9, 1999. lot 413, p. 107.Sherlock, David. 2007. "“Roman Forks”." The Archaeological Journal, 164: p. 256, B5.Zanker, Paul, Seán Hemingway, Christopher S

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Brooches & Pendants

*ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT ~ Gold Glass Medallion with a Mother and Child, early century Made in (probably) Alexandria, Egypt Culture: Roman Medium: Glass, gold leaf Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number: Roman History, Art History, Art Romain, Objets Antiques, Egypt Culture, Roman Jewelry, Empire Romain, Art Antique, Photo Images

(c. 300-325 CE) Roman Gold Glass Medallion with a Mother and Child. Probably from Alexandria, Egypt

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This group of silver tableware forms part of a hoard, said to be from Tivoli, near Rome. Tivoli was a popular site for luxury villas in the Late Republic, and was to Rome what Boscoreale and Boscotrecase in the Campanian countryside were to Naples Ancient Roman Food, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greek, Ancient History, Roman History, Art History, Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artefacts, Rome Antique

Tableware from the Tivoli Hoard | Roman | Late Republican | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Period: Late Republican. Date: mid-1st century B.C.. Culture: Roman. Medium: Silver. Classification: Gold and Silver. Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1920. Access...

 CE) Bronze dipping or stirring rod Roman Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Dips, Bronze, Sauces, Roman Britain, Dip

Bronze dipping or stirring rod | Roman, Cypriot | Early to Mid Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Richter, Gisela M." Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 16 p. Gisela M. "Greek and Roman Accessions." Bullletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 16 p Ancient Roman Food, Ancient Rome, Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, 1st Century, Wood Carving, Archaeology, Objects, Bronze

Bronze spoon | Roman | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Richter, Gisela M. A. 1921. "Classical Accessions: Bronzes." Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 16 (2): p. 39.Richter, Gisela M. A. 1921. "Greek and Roman Accessions." Bullletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 16 (1): p

Silver spoon Period:Imperial century A. Culture:Roman Medium:Silver Dimensions:Other: 4 in. cm) Classification:Gold and Silver Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Vintage Silver, Antique Silver, Roman Jewelry, Roman History, Art History

Silver spoon | Roman | Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

(c. 200-300 CE) Roman Silver Spoon

(c. 100-300 CE) Bronze Serving Fork Roman Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Metropolitan Museum, Art Museum, Bronze, Fork, Roman Britain, Museum Of Art, Forks

Bronze serving fork | Roman | Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Silver spoon and fork Roman Artifacts, Silver Spoons, Ancient Rome, Fork, Elegant, Antiques, Twitter, Empire, Classy

Silver spoon and fork | Roman | Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Christie's, New York. 1999. Antiquities. December 9, 1999. lot 413, p. 107.Sherlock, David. 2007. "“Roman Forks”." The Archaeological Journal, 164: p. 256, B5.Zanker, Paul, Seán Hemingway, Christopher S

*ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT ~ Gold Glass Medallion with a Mother and Child, early century Made in (probably) Alexandria, Egypt Culture: Roman Medium: Glass, gold leaf Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number: Roman History, Art History, Art Romain, Objets Antiques, Egypt Culture, Roman Jewelry, Empire Romain, Art Antique, Photo Images

(c. 300-325 CE) Roman Gold Glass Medallion with a Mother and Child. Probably from Alexandria, Egypt