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A terracotta Etruscan decorated pot, 20.5 cm high. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

A Campanian red-figure bell Krater, attributed to the Danaid Painter, circa 335 B.C. the side a depicting a male acrobat wearing a headband and a short kilt, his body bent backwards into an arch, with ivy leaves in the field side B depicting a swan facing

A large Roman glass Alabastron, circa second-Third century C.E.. of translucent blue glass with semi-encrusted surface, with heavy trailing along the neck, 20 cm high Provenance: ex Graham Geddes collection; ex private collection

Ancient Roman terracotta oil lamp Knopped handle. Medallion ordinated by Christian symbols. Possibly 3rd C. AD. Certificate of authenticity available. L 9 cm

Ancient Roman terracotta oil lamp. Pale buff colour with impressed design. Large feeding hole & smaller wick hole. Small lug handle. Certificate of authenticity available & indicates origin as 2nd/3rd century AD & found in a catacomb in Alexandria, Egypt d

Iron nails from fortress in Scotland, In box case. 34 cm wide. Label reads,'From Roman Legionary Fortress at Inchtuthil, Perthshire Scotland AD 83-87

A large and rare late Roman terracotta pot, 8th century AD, together with a later wrought iron stand. 108 cm high x 99 cm diameter

A carved stone torso fragment, Roman, 1st/2nd century AD. 52 cm high, 20 cm wide, 23 cm deep

A carved limestone panel of a goddess, Roman, 18th century. 75 cm high, 34 cm wide, 12 cm deep

A Roman iron dagger. 100BC-100AD. Ritually bent blade length 30 cm. Comes with stand

Etruscan terracotta black clau buccero 7th BC ex Re-Entombed Galleries with certificate height 17 cm

A Roman bronze oil lamp decorated with the face of Silenus, 1st-3rd century A.D, 11.25 cm long

A Roman bronze hanging oil lamp with three spouts, Herodian period, 1st century A.D. Holy Land, decorated with leaf patterns; lacking one of the suspension lugs. 14.2 cm long, 10.5 cm wide

A Roman marble bust, possibly 3rd century AD modelled as the upper torso, with drapery to one shoulder and head turned to the right, raised on a later stepped circular marble plinth, the bust 76 cm high, the stand 102 cm high

Mud fish, 1st to 2nd-century AD terracotta fish. Egyptian or Roman; made from Nile mud. Similar example can be found in the British Museum. Length 6 cm. Width 14.5 cm

A Roman glass bottle vase in pale green with pontil mark. Height 17 cm

A rare flattened Roman glass bottle flask with iridescent patina and earth traces. Height 17.5 cm

A rare agate cameo of a Roman gentleman, 1st millenium BC, 2.2 cm

A Byzantine glazed ceramic plate with sgraffito design, Eastern Mediterranean littoral, Middle Byzantine period, circa 12th century, the interior with an avian motif incised into the slip., 5 cm high, 21 cm diameter. Encrustation suggests the object was re

A calcified marble torso of a male, Roman 1st-2nd century AD, 36 cm high, 18 cm wide across the shoulders, on black marble base, 58 cm high overall

A Roman marble eagle fragment, circa 2nd - 3rd century A.D., realistically resolved with a hanging device secured to verso, 18 cm high x 14 cm width. Provenance: Acquired by a member of the German diplomatic service in Istanbul, Ankara and Thessaloniki in

A Roman blue glass vase with flower head prunts, 1st millennium BC. 8 cm high

A Roman glass conical bottle with trailed collar. 8 cm high

A Roman glass bottle vase, 1st millennium BC, with trailed ribbed neck. 25 cm high

An ancient Roman terracotta shipwreck amphora vase, 3rd century B.C., the large mouth, narrow neck with a pair of handles above a swollen belly and a pointed bottom, with natural fossilization, mounted in a contemporary iron stand, 119 cm high

A brown painted buff ware jug, Roman, circa 400BC. 12 cm high

A Gr'co-Roman marble Stele, circa 1st century B. C - 1st century A. D, squared, with a recessed area carved in low relief a figurative scene, raised on supportive rods above a tall rectangular plinth, the plaque 45 cm wide. Published: Bonhams London, 15th

A Roman marble architectural buttress, circa 1st- 4th centuries A. D., of shaped outline, carved with a single acanthus leaf, (chips and losses), 58 cm high. Published: Bonhams London, 15th October 2008, lot 109.

A stunning Roman period Jordanian mosaic, Jordan, 6-7th century Ad 101 x 134 cm

A Mediterranean brown decorated buff pottery bowl, 3rd-5th century

A Gr'Co-Roman quartzite statue of a disrobed female possibly Aphrodite or Venus, circa 1st century BC

An Apulian Kantharos, depiction of a face to front, 4th century BC

An Apulian Oenochoe, depiction of face to front, 4th century BC

A Daunian pottery Kantharos,with floral design, 4th to 3rd century BC

A Roman pottery twin handled vessel with moulded floral design, north Africa 1st-2nd century AD

A large Roman green glass pouring vessel, 1st to 3rd century AD

A Roman piriform vessel with finely moulded appliques, in the form of Hercules and Dionysos, 1st to 2nd century AD, north Africa

A Roman green glass cup, with trailed glass shoulder decoration, 2nd-3rd century AD