Stefano De Togni

Stefano De Togni

Stefano De Togni
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Statuette of Mithras on Horseback. Date: 1st - 2nd century. Culture: Roman

Statuette of Mithras on Horseback. Date: 1st - 2nd century. Culture: Roman

Pasta vitrea trasparente - Vittoria tauroctona e Palladio su piedistallo con serpente - British Museum - epoca augustea

Pasta vitrea trasparente - Vittoria tauroctona e Palladio su piedistallo con serpente - British Museum - epoca augustea

Roman votive lead mirror, 2nd-4th century A.D. Miniature lead mirror with decoration. Private collection

Roman votive lead mirror, 2nd-4th century A.D. Miniature lead mirror with decoration. Private collection

Roman votive made of silver depicting Mithras, Saalburg Museum, Germany.

Roman votive made of silver depicting Mithras, Saalburg Museum, Germany.

Roman lead amulet miniature mirror

Roman lead amulet miniature mirror

Gift from God. Museum quality Ancient Roman Votive patterned Lead Mirror 2-4th Century AD

Gift from God. Museum quality Ancient Roman Votive patterned Lead Mirror 2-4th Century AD

Relief depicting a blacksmith's shop and tools (stone), Roman, (3rd century BC) / Museo Nazionale d'Abruzzo, Aquila, Italy / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Relief depicting a blacksmith's shop and tools (stone), Roman, (3rd century BC) / Museo Nazionale d'Abruzzo, Aquila, Italy / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

http://www.vroma.org/images/mcmanus_images/magicnails.jpg bronze nails with magic symbols and inscriptions; Roman, third-fourth century CE Magical nails were use to "fix" the power of the magic, whether for protection or for curses. this view shows the other side of the top and middle nails, both of which depicted a snake. this detail of the largest nail shows the inscribed writing, an incantation to the goddess Artemis. London, British Museum. Credits: Barbara McManus, 1999; 2006

http://www.vroma.org/images/mcmanus_images/magicnails.jpg bronze nails with magic symbols and inscriptions; Roman, third-fourth century CE Magical nails were use to "fix" the power of the magic, whether for protection or for curses. this view shows the other side of the top and middle nails, both of which depicted a snake. this detail of the largest nail shows the inscribed writing, an incantation to the goddess Artemis. London, British Museum. Credits: Barbara McManus, 1999; 2006