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ROMAN LEAD VOTIVE PLAQUE

C. 3rd century AD
An interesting lead plaque containing a complex iconography of divine figures and symbols; probably to be associated with Thracian or Dacian beliefs of the Lower Danube region. The scene depicts two serpents above a figure with a fish below flanked by horseman. There is also a tripod flanked by figures with a cockerel; vase and dog below all within a circular garlanded frame.
Although cracked with scratch marks to surface; is intact with good clear detail.
73mm diam

  • Item no: L859
  • 1 Units in Stock

£450.00



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