ANCIENT ART AND ANTIQUITIES GALLERY
Welcome to the Alte Roemer Gallery, your specialist for antiquities and ancient art from the Mediterranean.
In our online shop you will find authentic artefacts covering the time span from Bronze Age until Late Antiquity. Our focus is on Ancient Roman, Greek, and Egyptian antiquities. Ancient numismatics is extensively covered with focus on Roman and Greek coins. We are looking forward to welcome you in our online gallery!
Alexander Khalaidovski, Matthias Höh
FEATURED ANCIENT OBJECTS IN OUR ONLINE GALLERY
Large Visigoth bow brooch
Impressive fibula of the Visigoths from the Migration Period. With five originally preserved glass inserts.
Very fine Trajan sestertius with beautiful patina
The reverse shows Arabia standing to the left, holding branch and sugar cane, camel at her feet. The legend ARAB(ia) ADQ(uista) underlines that Arabia was acquired by Rome.
Roman Terra Sigillata bowl with potters' mark from the Rhineland
Found near the Roman city of Novaesium, today's Neuss in Germany, an early Roman foundation and with this one of the oldest cities in Germany.
Graeco-Roman earrings with gemstones
Matching pair of jewellery made of gold with gemstone of red garnet and white glass bead. From an ancient workshop in Egypt or the Levant.
Corinthian aryballos in the form of a ram
Beautiful small vessel for perfumed oil from the heyday of Corinthian pottery production, at the beginning of the 6th century BC.
Italic bronze belt of a warrior
Stunning samnite bronze work from South Italy. Made in the 5th or 4th century BC, before Romes expansion into Italy. From the famous Guttmann collection.
Bronze Age ox cart from Anatolia
One of the few surviving models of the earliest four-wheeled vehicles in human history. A find from Southeastern Anatolia, around 2000 BC. Published in a standard work from 1973.
Etruscan Vetulonia type helmet
From the possession of New York City antiquities dealer Sumner Healey, who was made famous by Berenice Abbott's scenic photograph from 1936.
Hoard from the Late Bronze Age
Complete surviving hoard consisting of one bronze bowl, two belts and twelve bracelets. Urnfield culture HaB1. The amazingly well preserved group is excessively rare on the art market as well as in museum collections.
ANCIENT ART GALLERY SPECIALIZING IN
The imposing vessel is shaped like a zebu, a domestic cattle from the Ancient Near East. This category of object is famous since the Amlash excavations in the Iranian Gilan Province. With its stylization it is a rare artistic masterpiece of the mysterious Iron Age cultures of Iran.