A ROMAN HAEMATITE MAGICAL AMULET CIRCA 4TH-5TH CENTURY A.D. The obverse engraved with a horseman wearing a tunic, riding to the right, preparing to trample and spear a prostrate female figure, her legs bent and her arms raised to ward off the blow, a star in front of the horseman's face, a Greek inscription and dashes framing the scene, probably reading "Solomon"; the reverse inscribed in three lines, with the sign for Chnoubis below
Theodosius II - Emperor 408 to 450. Known for the Theodosian law code, and the construction of the Theodosian Walls of Constantinople. When Roman Africa fell to the Vandals in 439, both Eastern and Western Emperors sent forces to Sicily, to launch an attack at the Vandals at Carthage, but this project failed.
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Statuette of a Bugler, Roman 1-200 CE Bronze | :More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest