Tag: ancient weaponry

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How to Buy Roman Art and Artefacts – A Complete Collecting Guide

One of our biggest periods of interest here at Pax Romana is that of Ancient Rome – and it’s no surprise! The Romans left us many beautiful and well-preserved artefacts from all of Europe. In this article we’re giving you an introductory Roman Art Collecting Guide to help you on your antiquities journey! What do we class as ‘Roman Art’? To put it simply … Read More How to Buy Roman Art and Artefacts – A Complete Collecting Guide

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History of the Battle Axe – Chopping through 3,000 years of History

Axes are some of the earliest man-made tools we have. Indeed, the first examples are found in Australia between 49,000 and 44,000 BC! They are extremely useful tools, and for that reason are found across the ancient world. However, for this article we’re going to run you through 3,000 years of history of the battle axe as a military weapon. We’ll take a look … Read More History of the Battle Axe – Chopping through 3,000 years of History

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Ancient Jewellery, Weaponry and Classical Art – Discover the Highlights of Pax Romana’s Second Nov. Auction

For the second of our two November sales, following Masterpieces of Ancient Asia, Pax Romana Auctions will be hosting an auction celebrating Ancient Weaponry, Jewellery and Classical Art. This sale holds many breath-taking XRF tested pieces and artefacts that give you a unique view into the past. Not only are many of these lots wonderful additions to any collection, but the classical pieces can … Read More Ancient Jewellery, Weaponry and Classical Art – Discover the Highlights of Pax Romana’s Second Nov. Auction