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Roman Bronze Eagle Fitting

Rome, Ca. 1st century CE. A superb cast bronze fitting of an eagle, a symbol of power and greatness for the Romans. Cast in soaring position, this eagle has delicately incised feather patterns across neck, back, chest and wings. Eyes are alert and staring ahead, while beak remains tightly shut. A deep green patina has formed over piece with areas of light green and red on back of piece. A supreme and striking example of Roman craftsmanship. 1-1/8"H x 2-1/2"L. Custom stand.

Provenance: Ex-private German Collection acquired in the 1970s. Acquired at German auction house.

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