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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. Bronze Age ox cart from Anatolia
    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.

  2. Buy Canopic jar lid with Imsety
    Large canopic jar lid with Imsety

    Egyptian Late Period canopic jar lid in the shape of a human head. The piece is impressive due to its massive size and high-quality craftsmanship.

  3. Daunian bird askos in the gallery
    Daunian bird askos

    Italic pottery in the subgeometric style. Made around 500 BC in Apulia. An attractive vessel due to the beautiful painting and the bird shape.

  4. Sasanian stamp seal of green jasper
    Sasanian stamp seal with emblem

    Perfectly preserved seal made of noble green jasper. The piece is from the period of Sasanian rule in the Near East.

  5. Sasanian stamp seal
    Sasanian stamp seal with animal and star

    The nice seal of orange carnelian is engraved with a schematic scene. From the period of Sasanian rule in the Near East.

  6. Buy stone bowl from Egypt
    Shallow bowl from Egypt

    Made of nicely banded Egyptian alabaster. High quality bowl with a fine polish. Early Dynastic to Old Kingdom.

  7. Egyptian Kohl vessel
    Small Egyptian Kohl vessel

    The stone pot was used for Kohl, the eye cosmetic of the ancient Egyptians. Vessel with well preserved body and missing rim. From the 2nd Millenium BC.

  8. Egyptian scarab made of red stone
    Scarab made of dark red stone

    This fantastic funerary scarab captivates with the beautiful red stone it was made of. A piece from the Greco-Roman period.


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