Antiquity Collection

Fossil 001 – Baltic Amber (Baltic Coast)

A large segment of Amber Found on the Baltic Coast Size – 6.6 cm x 3 cm Weight – 6g Provenance – Bought at auction via Catawiki.

R013 – Part of The Roman London Wall (British Find)

Description Fragment of the London Wall, found at Tower Hill. This fragment had come loose and fallen from the wall, it was amongst other pieces, but this was the best example. London Wall is made from Kentish Ragstone and exported to London for its construction. Circa: 4th Century AD Measurements: 12 cm x 10 cm …

R015 – Fragment of Roman Brick (British Find)

Description Fragment of Roman Brick found beside St Peter On-The-Wall, Essex close to the abandoned Othona Roman Fort Circa: 4th Century AD Measurements: 11.5 cm x 10 cm Weight: 319g Provenance: Found at the Othona Roman Temple, Essex

R012 – Fragment of Roman Brick (British Find)

Description Fragment of Roman Brick found beside St Peter On-The-Wall, Essex close to the abandoned Othona Roman Fort Circa: 4th Century AD Measurements: 16.1 cm x 10.5 cm Weight: 272g Provenance: Found at the Othona Roman Temple, Essex

R011 – Roman Brick (British Find)

Description Fragment of Roman Brick found beside St Peter On-The-Wall, Essex close to the abandoned Othona Roman Fort Circa: 4th Century AD Measurements: 11 cm x 10.5 cm Weight: 348g Provenance: Found at the Othona Roman Temple, Essex

P034 – Palaeolithic Blade (Clactonian)

Palaeolithic Stone Tools The Palaeolithic is often divided into lower, middle and upper. British Isles: Humans probably first arrived in Britain around 800,000 BC. These early inhabitants had to cope with extreme environmental changes and they left Britain at least seven times when conditions became too bad. The period lasted between 800,000 and 12,000 years ago which saw the end of the last …

P033 – Palaeolithic Hand Axe (Clactonian)

Palaeolithic Stone Tools The Palaeolithic is often divided into lower, middle and upper. British Isles: Humans probably first arrived in Britain around 800,000 BC. These early inhabitants had to cope with extreme environmental changes and they left Britain at least seven times when conditions became too bad. The period lasted between 800,000 and 12,000 years ago which saw the end of the last …

P032 – Palaeolithic Hand Axe (Clactonian)

Palaeolithic Stone Tools The Palaeolithic is often divided into lower, middle and upper. British Isles: Humans probably first arrived in Britain around 800,000 BC. These early inhabitants had to cope with extreme environmental changes and they left Britain at least seven times when conditions became too bad. The period lasted between 800,000 and 12,000 years ago which saw the end of the last …

P031 – Palaeolithic blade (Clactonian)

Palaeolithic Stone Tools The Palaeolithic is often divided into lower, middle and upper. British Isles: Humans probably first arrived in Britain around 800,000 BC. These early inhabitants had to cope with extreme environmental changes and they left Britain at least seven times when conditions became too bad. The period lasted between 800,000 and 12,000 years ago which saw the end of the last …

P030 – Palaeolithic Boring Tool (Clactonian)

Palaeolithic Stone Tools The Palaeolithic is often divided into lower, middle and upper. British Isles: Humans probably first arrived in Britain around 800,000 BC. These early inhabitants had to cope with extreme environmental changes and they left Britain at least seven times when conditions became too bad. The period lasted between 800,000 and 12,000 years ago which saw the end of the last …