Roman Military

This is a statue of Horus that was created in 300 AD. It is made of bronze and is missing an arm.
When Rome took control of Egypt, they were introduced to Egyptian culture. The armor is made from the skin of a crocodile. The crocodile was considered a god in Egypt. So the skin was most likely worn by a priest during a religious ceremony
This figurine depicts two gladiators in combat. They are both armed in the same type of armor, attacking eachother in close combat. This is from the late republican period in Rome.
The Roman Sword of Tiberius is from 15 AD. It is an iron scabbard that was tinned and gilded with bronze. The object has illustrations depicting Tiberius in military dress, presenting Augustus with a statuette of victory.
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