Roman Gladiator Games or Hunting Scene // 350 – 390 AD
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Ancient Roman North Africa. Early Christian period, c. 350 – 390 AD. Excellent Roman Terra Sigillata pottery fragment. Thick in construction, this was undoubtedly part of a large and important bowl or vase. High relief detail depicting a hunting or gladiatorial scene showing a lion racing to attack a chariot with rider who in turn faces backwards with a long zigzag-shaped spear or sword. Heart-shaped decorative elements around. Very thick, with glossy burnished underside.
3.75"L x 2.25"W x 1"H
— From The Estate Of John Schaeffer, Orlando, FL.
— Weight: 2.6 oz
— Accompanied by a hand-signed certificate of authenticity which includes all the details, culture, dating, motifs/inscriptions when applicable, historical relevance, and provenance.
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