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I found this interesting forum by chance, looking for information about an ancient object, dolabra, the roman pickaxe.I was pleasantly surprised to find on the forum, the picture of the dolabra discovered by me, after which Mr. Kris Lipinski made a successful replicas.I am interested in history and I consider myself an archeology enthusiast.I understood that they would appreciate images of some artefacts discovered, especially if they have dimensions, for those who would like to build replicas.I made a selection of several objects that also have dimensions, if anyone is interested...:)

 

1.) Scythian dagger-knife (akinakes), 6th century BC

 

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2.) Iron spearhead (dacian or celtic), 2nd-1st centuries BC

 

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11.) Roman iron socket axe, 1st-2nd centuries AD

 

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12.) Roman iron spearhead, 1st-2nd centuries BC

 

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13.) Roman iron hammer, 1st-2nd centuries AD

 

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14.) Ancient bronze brooch

 

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Wow!  An "archeology enthusiast", indeed!  Thanks for all those beautiful examples.  Also a big thanks for the dimensions.  Those will all be helpful for those on the forum who would like to recreate these ancient items.

 

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2 hours ago, Chris Christenberry said:

Wow!  An "archeology enthusiast", indeed!  Thanks for all those beautiful examples.  Also a big thanks for the dimensions.  Those will all be helpful for those on the forum who would like to recreate these ancient items.

 

I still have a few more. I'll post them below.

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Nice collection!  Looks like Room 48 at the British Museum.  Is this a Roman town site?  

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1 hour ago, Alan Longmire said:

Nice collection!  Looks like Room 48 at the British Museum.  Is this a Roman town site? 

All these artifacts were taken to the museum according to the law. I discovered them in places that archaeologists didn't know. They knew only after my discoveries that those places are hiding ancient traces...

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