Ancient Roman Weapons: Arrowheads & Spear Heads
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Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. 19 mm (3/4"), olive-green patina. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2449: $75

Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. 18 mm (11/16"), olive-green patina. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2450: $75

Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. 15 mm (9/16"), nice dark reddish-brassy tone. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2451: $75


Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. 17 mm (11/16"), olive-green patina. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2343: $75
SOLD


Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. 23 mm (7/8"). nice form, coppery to green patina. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2339: $85
SOLD


Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. L: 18 mm (23/32"). Green patina, light earthen deposits. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2340: $75


Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. 17 mm (11/16"), olive-green patina. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2409: $75


Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. 20 mm (3/4"), olive-green patina. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2413: $75


Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. 20 mm (3/4"), olive-green patina. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2414: $75


Ancient Rome, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Excellent and long iron spearhead. With long, tapered soket, leaf-shaped blade with raised mid-rib. The socket still clogged with petrified material, likely the wooden remains of the original shaft! L: 285 mm (11 1/4"). Nicely preserved! Ex-Los Angeles, CA colleciton. Rare! #WP2385: $450

Ancient Rome, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Large iron spearhead. With wide, flat blade and wide socketed base,
raised central midrib, and 2 rivet holes which would have held it onto the heavy wooden shaft. Nicely preserved for iron!
L: 29 cm (11 1/4"). Further photos available upon request. ex-De Pere, WI collection. #WP2461: $399


Ancient Rome, c. 1st-4th century AD. Marvelous bronze shield boss! Also known as an umbo. Measures 2 3/4" (7 cm), with small attachment rivet hole in center. Cf. Appels & Laycock AA7.4v. Light olive-green patina with earthen and mineral deposits.
ex-J. Rilling collection, Orange County, CA. #AR2395: $325



Ancient Rome, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron armor-piercing arrowhead. 92 mm (3 5/8") long, with slightly tapered tip leaging to a sharp point. ex-Los Angeles, CA collection. #WP2265: $125



Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron javelin-tip, found at an ancient battle site in Spain! 45 mm (1 3/4"). ref: Malloy "Weapons" 137a; Petrie 157; James pp. 11. Chunky, squared form. Nicely preserved, the tip bent from battle damage! Ex-Alex Malloy, author of the definitive book Weapons. #WP2400: $250

Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron spearhead. Long diamond-shaped blade and short socketed neck. Remains of ancient wood still preserved inside the socket! 93 mm (3 5/8") long. ex-Indianapolis, IN scholasic collection. #AM2040: $175

Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Fantastic iron javelin-tip. With long tapered 4-edged tip and long tang which still show the ridges made to hold it into the javelin shaft. 77 mm (3 inches) long, with great steely tone. ex-British collection; ex-London, UK gallery. Outstanding! This is the finest I've seen. #WP2431: $325

SPECIAL: A Small Collection of Roman Weapons found in Israel!
Ex Prof. Yigael Ronen collection; ex-Robert Deutsch; ex-Archaeological Center, Tel Aviv

Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron javelin head, found in Israel. 56 mm (2 1/4"). ref: Malloy "Weapons" 137a; Petrie 157; James pp. 11. Chunky, squared form. #WP2194: $199


Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron javelin head, found in Israel. 41 mm (1 9/16"). ref: Malloy "Weapons" 137a; Petrie 157; James pp. 11. Diamond-shaped profile, tip blunted from battle damage! #WP2202: $199


Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron javelin head, found in Israel. 42 mm (1 5/8"). ref: Malloy "Weapons" 137a; Petrie 157; James pp. 11. Hammered, rounded tip. #WP2198: $199


Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Long iron javelin head, found in Israel. 66 mm (2 9/16"). ref: Malloy "Weapons" 137a; Petrie 157; James pp. 11. Tip shows battle damage! #WP2199: $199


Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Long iron javelin head, found in Israel. 50 mm (1 15/16"). ref: Malloy "Weapons" 137a; Petrie 157; James pp. 11. Diamond-shaped profile, tip clearly blunted from battle damage! #WP2200: $225


Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron javelin head, found in Israel. 50 mm (1 15/16"). ref: Malloy "Weapons" 137a; Petrie 157; James pp. 11. Diamond-shaped profile. #WP2201: $199

Ancient Greek & Roman Bronze Arrowheads, 800 BC -- AD 200
Unearthed at ancient battlefields near the Black Sea, formerly Thrace-Macedonia. THESE ARE MOSTLY GREEK.

High quality (mostly intact, larger, better pieces, some with losses).
#GRKWP1: $75 each


Average quality (many broken, small, or incomplete.
#GRKWP2: $35 each



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Nicely preserved Roman iron spearhead
c. 100-300 AD.
Battlefield discovery from Eastern Europe. Measures 318 mm (12 1/2 inches) long! A whopper. The open end is still packed with petrified material... likely the remnants of the original wooden shaft. #384: $355 SOLD


Roman bronze spearhead, 1st-3rd century AD. An absolutely gorgeous piece! 210 mm long with its three original bronze bands still intact. Nice leaf-shaped blade still shows battle damage. Great emerald-green patina. From an old Midwestern USA museum collection formed in the 1960's. #6386: $425 SOLD



Ancient Rome, c. 2nd-3rd century AD. Great iron tip of a ballista bolt. Triangular-shaped head and long, tapered socketed body. Remarkably well-preserved. 78 mm (3 1/16"). #03885: $150 SOLD

Ancient Rome, c. 2nd-4th century AD. Nice and large bronze spearhead. Long, slender blade with raised mid-rib, and long socketed shaft, incised with geometric decorations near the blade. Shows obvious signs of battle damage. 250 mm (9 3/4") long and still very sharp! Great olive-green patina. Ex North Carolina private collection. #WP2002: $599 SOLD

Late Roman to Medieval, 5th-7th century AD. Nice iron spear-tip or ballista-bolt. 93 mm (3 5/8"). #27609: $150 SOLD

Late Roman to Medieval, 4th-7th century AD. Nice iron spear-tip or ballista-bolt. 93 mm (3 5/8"). Professionally cleaned & conserved. #99480: $99 SOLD

Ancient Rome, c. 2nd-3rd Century AD. Nice iron spear head. Broad, flat triangular blade with long shoulder and short tang. 94 mm (3 11/16") long. Blade slightly bent from battle damage in antiquity. Professionally conserved with brown patina. Nice large piece, extremely well-preserved for iron. #WP2163: $199 SOLD

Ancient Rome, c. 1st-2nd century AD. Incredible iron "plumbata" javelin-head. Long socketed neck leads up to a sharp point, with two widely flared barbs. Remains of ancient wood still preserved inside! 164 mm (6 1/2") long! ex-Hagendorf, Switzerland private collection. Professionally conserved. Rare! A museum-worthy example. #WP2155: $499 SOLD

Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Bronze javelin tip. 66 mm (2 5/8" long with rounded form and sharp, pointed tip. Great blue/gray patina. Photo not to scale! (This is much larger then the arrowheads) #WP2086: $199 SOLD

Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron spearhead. Long diamond-shaped blade and long socketed neck. 114 mm (4 1/2") long.ex-Indianapolis, IN scholasic collection. #AM2043: $225 SOLD

Ancient Rome, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron arrowhead. Triangular, pointed tip and short tang. Found at an ancient battlefield in former Thrace-Macedonia, near the Black Sea. 52 mm (2 1/16") long. ex-Los Angeles, CA collection. #WP2126: $125 SOLD

Ancient Rome, c. 2nd to 3rd century AD. Massive iron lance-head. A nicely shaped iron "contos," which was a long cavalry lance with a wood shaft which would have measured 4 to 5 meters in length. The name derives from the Greek word 'kontos', meaning 'oar.'
The weapon was so large it required two hands to wield, requiring the horseman to grip his mount with his knees. L: 16" (40.6 cm).
Ex- Piscopo Estate. Additional photos available on request. A very impressive ancient weapon! #WP2387: $525
SOLD

Roman England, c. 2nd-4th century AD. Large iron spearhead. With wide, flat blade and wide socketed base, with 2 rivet holes which would have held it onto the heavy wooden shaft. Point still very sharp! L: 264 mm (10 3/8"), professionally conserved. ex-Hampshire, UK gallery. #WP2397: $350 SOLD



Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron javelin head, found in Israel. 68 mm (2 11/16"). ref: Malloy "Weapons" 137b; Petrie 157; James pp. 11. Triangular tip with squared cross-section. Impressive! #WP2195: $199 SOLD

Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron javelin head, found in Israel. 81 mm (3 1/4"). Triangular tip with squared cross-section. ref: Malloy "Weapons" 137c; Petrie 157; James pp. 11. Very nice and impressive! #WP2196: $225 SOLD


Byzantine Empire, c. 8th-11th century AD. Bronze arrowhead. Green patina with heavy earthen deposits. Missing one barb (shown in center here). Remains of original wood shaft still inside! Very rare. 24 mm (15/16"). Ex Arizona private collection. #WP2143: $99 SOLD


Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. L: 18 mm (23/32"). Nice green patina. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2324: $75
SOLD



Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. L: 18 mm (23/32"). Nice olive-green patina. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2337: $75
SOLD

Roman Republic, c. 1st century BC.
Small bronze arrowhead. 20 mm (25/32"). Nice green patina. cf. Malloy, Weapons, plate XIV #122. Similar to examples found in the Villa Julia Collection. #WP2338: $75
SOLD

Ancient Rome, early 1st century AD. Large bronze arrowhead. The exact type found in the destruction layer at the City of David, Jerusalem from the Roman attack under emperors Vespasian and Titus. However this specimen was recovered near the Danube River, Eastern Europe. 5 cm (2 inches) long. #WP2072: $199 SOLD

Ancient Rome, c. 1st-2nd century AD. A pair of Roman iron caltrops. Anti-cavalry weapon, these were spread around the outside of fortifications, to stop enemy horses in their tracks upon event of a siege. No matter how they sat on the ground, a sharpened spike was always sticking straight up. Rather poorly preserved, but good representative examples of a rarely-found Roman weapon. Each measures around 44 mm (1 3/4”). Ex-old British private collection. #AR2424: $125 (for the pair)
SOLD

Roman Holy Land, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron arrowhead, found in Israel! 57 mm (2 1/4") with nice form, completely intact! Beautifully preserved. ex-Jerusalem, Israel private collection. #WP2168: $250 SOLD

Ancient Roman, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Iron javelin head, found in Israel. 61 mm (2 3/8"). ref: Malloy "Weapons" 137a; Petrie 157; James pp. 11. Chunky, squared form. #WP2197: $199 SOLD

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