Roman seals and Greek seals

Roman seal - Roman trade seal - Greek seal - Bollo laterizio - Lead seal
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Greek loom weight with cow, 4th century B.C. Eastern Mediterranean, 4 cm diameter. Private collection

Greek loom weight with cow, 4th century B.C. Eastern Mediterranean, 4 cm diameter. Private collection

Greek loom weight with Greek hoplite, 4th century B.C. Magna Graecia, terracotta loom weight with seal of hoplite, 9.2 cm high. Private collection

Greek loom weight with Greek hoplite, 4th century B.C. Magna Graecia, terracotta loom weight with seal of hoplite, 9.2 cm high. Private collection

Greek loom weight with goat, 4th century B.C. With a goat and inscription. Private collection

Greek loom weight with goat, 4th century B.C. With a goat and inscription. Private collection

Greek inscribed loom weight, 4th century B.C. With palmette and greek inscription DIAGORA. Private collection

Greek inscribed loom weight, 4th century B.C. With palmette and greek inscription DIAGORA. Private collection

Greek loom weights with marks, 4th century B.C. Private collection

Greek loom weights with marks, 4th century B.C. Private collection

Greek loom weight, 3rd century B.C. Kneeling figure figure and inscription ΑΡΙΣΤΟ. Private collection

Greek loom weight, 3rd century B.C. Kneeling figure figure and inscription ΑΡΙΣΤΟ. Private collection

Greek loom weight with cow, 4th century B.C. Eastern Mediterranean, 4 cm diameter. Private collection

Greek loom weight with cow, 4th century B.C. Eastern Mediterranean, 4 cm diameter. Private collection

Roman brick stamp, 1st half of 2nd century A.D. 3 cm high and 11 cm long. Roman seal on terracotta roof tile inscribed  [Ex Pr]aedis Fl(avi) Titia[ni] / viri c[lar]issimi, in the circle a bird keep two cherries with beak. Similar item has been found in February 1890 in Rome near Palazzo Menotti, during contruction works of river Tevere wall (G. Gatti, Atti della Reale Accademia dei Lincei - VII, 1890, p. 32). Private collection

Roman brick stamp, 1st half of 2nd century A.D. 3 cm high and 11 cm long. Roman seal on terracotta roof tile inscribed [Ex Pr]aedis Fl(avi) Titia[ni] / viri c[lar]issimi, in the circle a bird keep two cherries with beak. Similar item has been found in February 1890 in Rome near Palazzo Menotti, during contruction works of river Tevere wall (G. Gatti, Atti della Reale Accademia dei Lincei - VII, 1890, p. 32). Private collection

Greek amphora handle seal, 3rd century B.C. Private collection

Greek amphora handle seal, 3rd century B.C. Private collection

Greek amphora handle seal, 3rd century B.C. Private collection

Greek amphora handle seal, 3rd century B.C. Private collection

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