Roman bronze

Roman bronze

A copper-zinc alloy to which a small quantity of tin has been added to give it greater corrosion resistance and hardness.
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A dog statue with its tongue hanging out is one of many ancient Roman bronze artifacts uncovered in England that date back 1,700 years.
A hoard of ancient Roman bronze artefacts includes a sculpture of a "licking" dog never found before in Britain.
Mr Cresswell, from Gloucestershire, said: "It's not every day you come across a hoard of roman bronze.
A number of other interesting artefacts were found including a small Roman bronze brooch and fragments of Samian pottery.
Odder still is the proximity of Bacon's Portrait of Lisa, 1957 to a Roman bronze sculpture.
In 2010, a Roman bronze helmet complete with face-mask - thought to be one of only three of its kind to be found in Britain - was discovered by an anonymous metal detector enthusiast in Cumbria.
Further digging on the moors at Worlow during the next few years revealed a Roman bronze buckle, glass beads, iron nails and pieces of tile and pottery including some Samian ware, all dated to first and second centuries AD.
SCRATCH MY BACK: A Roman bronze strigil that sold for pounds 336 in Bonhams
From a beautiful basalt statue of Isis, to a cache of Roman bronze cultic paraphernalia, to a hoard of Byzantine gold coins and jewelry, the archaeological discoveries and data have been nothing short of amazing.
Monte Carlo's Strasburg, a 56-inch ornate tan in Roman bronze finish, features scalloped uplight and light kit.
The car was painted Roman bronze, well brown really, and was not inspiring so we took a bit of time on the paintwork and I think the end result really sparkles.