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Ancient art and antiquities in the Alte Roemer online shop

Welcome to the Alte Roemer shop, where you will find authentic artefacts covering the time span from Bronze Age to Late Antiquity. Refine your search to ancient Roman, Greek, Egyptian or other antiquities using the navigation menu on the left, or just browse our full selection. An own section of our shop is dedicated to ancient numismatics with focus on Roman and Greek coins. Please do not hesitate to contact us any time via email or using our contact form. Correspondence is welcome in English, German, Italian, French, Russian or Japanese.

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  1. Buy Neo-Assyrian seal
    Neo-Assyrian stamp seal

    The octagonal seal shows two hybrid creature around a tree of life. It originates from the Neo-Assyrian culture of the 8th to 7th cent. BC.

    €280
  2. Stamp seal with Marduk spade
    Conoid stamp seal with spade of Marduk

    The stamp shows the spade of Marduk, patron deity of the city of Babylon. Above a crescent, symbolizing the moon god Sin. 7th to 6th century BC.

    €370
  3. Buy Egyptian plaque of Bes
    Egyptian plaque of Bes

    Rare type of depiction of the dwarf god. From the collection of the Newark Museum of Art. Late Period of Ancient Egypt. Including thermoluminescence analysis.

    €1,930
  4. Buy Neo-Assyrian seal with mythological creature
    Neo-Assyrian seal with mythological creature

    The octagonal stamp seal shows a hybrid creature and a priest. It originates from the Neo-Assyrian culture of the 8th to 7th cent. BC.

    €328
  5. Disc-headed pin from Luristan
    Disc-headed pin from Luristan

    Important and unique pin type from Iron Age Luristan. Nice specimen with concentrical decoration.

    €520
  6. Disc head of a pin
    Fragment of a disc-headed pin variant

    Interesting pin head from Iron Age Luristan. Unusual variant.

    €120
  7. Buy Egyptian scarab from the Matouk collection
    Egyptian scarab

    Funerary scarab from Ancient Egypt. A nice specimen from the famous Matouk collection.

    €1,600
  8. Buy Egyptian scarab
    Egyptian scarab

    Funerary scarab of green and white stone. Late Period of Ancient Egypt. The piece is from the famous Matouk collection.

    €1,550
  9. Buy Egyptian scarab
    Egyptian scarab

    Funerary scarab of brown stone. Late Period of Ancient Egypt. The piece is from the famous Matouk collection.

    €1,550
  10. Buy Egyptian scarab
    Egyptian scarab

    Funerary scarab of multi-coloured stone. Late Period of Ancient Egypt. The piece is from the famous Matouk collection.

    €2,600
  11. Buy Luristan horse bit
    Horse bit from Luristan

    Delightful artefact attesting the dawn of horse breeding in Western Iran during the 8th century BC. Highly stylized horses form the cheek pieces.

    €2,840
  12. Buy Near Eastern bronze idol
    Mummyform Near Eastern idol

    The unusual bronze figurine is an idol from Anatolia or the Near East. Around 1000 BC.

    €1,280
  13. Buy decorative pin from Luristan
    Large decorative pin from Luristan

    The pin head is shaped like an open basket with a decorative knob. Bronze with attractive patina.

    €420
  14. Buy Amlash pottery vessel
    Large pottery vessel in the shape of a zebu

    Imposing Western Asiatic vessel of the Amlash culture. Including TL analysis. Around 1000 BC.

    €6,500
  15. Luristanische Nadel mit Steinbockkopf kaufen
    Pin from Luristan with ibex head

    The simple pin boosts a highly stylized ibex head. It is a nice example of this popular decoration for Luristan pins.

    €148
  16. Scheibenkopfnadel aus Luristan kaufen
    Disc-headed pin from Luristan

    Important and unique pin type of Luristan. This specimen is decorated by bumps forming a seven-pointed star.

    €450
  17. Luristanische Zeremonial-Hacke kaufen
    Luristan ceremonial pick

    The elaborate decorations are contrary to the actual use as a pick. The object is from the class of pseudo tools common in Iran at the end of the 2nd millenium BC. It probably served a ritualistic purpose.

    €750

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