Portraiture and sculpture - Bronze Age - Onlineshop

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. Syrisches Amulett in Tierform kaufen
    Syrian amulet in animal shape

    Small amulet of nice red stone in the stylized shape of a pig. From the 3rd Millenium BC.

  2. Buy Egyptian cosmetic palette
    Egyptian predynastic cosmetic palette

    High quality palette with two stylized bird heads. Characteristic for the Naqada II period. Circa 3500 to 3200 BC.

  3. Buy stone Nile tilapia
    Nile tilapia made of dark stone

    This Egyptian fish symbolizes fertility and rebirth. A nice cultic item from the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt.

  4. Buy Western Asiatic female figure
    Western Asiatic female figure

    Interesting clay figurine from Western Asia during Bronze Age. Nice overall impression.

  5. Buy Egyptian frog
    Naturalistic frog figure

    Lively depiction from the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt. Beautiful multi-coloured stone.

  6. Buy Near Eastern bronze idol
    Near Eastern bronze idol

    The unusual bronze figurine is a Near Eastern idol. Possibly a god or priest. 2nd Millenium BC.

  7. Buy Kusura type shield idol
    Big Kusura type idol

    Unusually big shield idol of the Kusura type dating to the Anatolian Bronze Age, 3rd millenium BC. Made of beautiful white marble.

  8. Media Label
    Kusura-type idol from 3rd millenium BC Anatolia examined by Prof. Lambert

    Idol aus weißem, feinkristallinem Marmor vom sogenannten Kusura-Typus. Aus der Bronzezeit Anatoliens, 3. Jt. v. Chr. Begutachtet durch Professor W. G. Lambert. Museumswürdig.


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