The antique Roman civilization left us an impressive historical and cultural legacy. A heritage that adds value every day with numerous archaeological excavations and conservation programs. This legacy, despite the passage of time, remains a living testimony that represents the six centuries of history.
Original exhibited at the British Museum.
TENE ME NE FUGIA(m) ET REVO CA ME AD DOM(i)NUM EVVIVENTIUM IN AR(e)A CALLISTI. "Stop me so as not to flee, and return me to my lord Eviventium in the temple of Callixtus"
Under the name of 'fibula' were called all kinds of metal pieces used in antiquity to join or hold any of the items that made up the dress, because the buttons were not developed until well into the Middle Ages.
These amulets, usually made of gold or silver, were usually carried by girls and women, as many of its properties were associated with fertility and healing, as well as providing protection against the evil eye.
Buttoned bracelet with Republican denarius belonging to Furia family. Central Italica 110-108 B.C. Obverse: Head of Janus with legend 'M.FOVRI L. F.' Reverse: ROMA standing crowning a trophy whose sides there are two shields and Carnix.
Reproduction of Roman earrings century AD (originals in gold), found in the Roman village of Clunia (Burgos), specifically in the female hot springs of Los Arcos II. Reproduction made in Bronze Gold plated.
It is the oldest active defensive weapon used for protect of offensive weapons for an attack. The curved arms of the Republican era was oval. Later coat evolved to a rectangular shape in the early Empire.
An ex-voto is an offering of the Gentiles to their gods. These offerings were deposited in shrines or places of worship and could consist of figurines depicting people or animals, weapons, food, etc. Mercury was an important god of trade, the name is related to the Latin word merx (merchandise).
Jewel consists of six reproductions of Roman shield called 'parma', and as a centerpiece, a denarius of Bolskan, current Huesca. Very important at the time as indicated by its abundant monetary issues.
Pendant made by a Roman bronze As into a frame. This coin is an As Emperor Maximus I (216-238 AD). The only son and successor of Maximinio the Thracian, both killed in a riot during the unsuccessful siege of Aquileia.