Ancient Roman Silver Figurine of a bearded Priest wearing Toga holding Patera and Cornucopia (the horn of plenty).

Description
Ancient Roman Silver Figurine of a bearded Priest wearing Toga holding Patera and Cornucopia (the horn of plenty).
1st. BC-2nd.AD - Europe

Ancient Roman Silver Figurine of a bearded Priest wearing Toga holding Patera and Cornucopia (the horn of plenty).
Probably (according his attributes) that is a priest of the Goddess Fortuna.
Interesting style made on a thin silver list with a lovely decoration.
Slightly toned and intact.
Very rare in silver
1st. BC-2nd.AD

Material: Silver
Period:1st. Century BC.-2nd. Century AD.
Dimensions:5,1cm

Item No.V2


Purchased by the current owner in 2014 in Austria, Wien from Collector fair.
Collected Since:1980's.
Previous owners history: Old Austrian Private Collection.


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Lot details
Culture
Ancient Roman
Material
Silver
Object
Figurine of a bearded Priest wearing Toga holding Patera and Cornucopia (the horn of plenty).
Century/ Timeframe
1st. BC-2nd.AD
Origin
Europe
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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