Ancient Roman bronze parade horse
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Roman Imperial. The horse is wearing a plume on his head and wears a lion skin on his back the paws hanging down the body of the horse, the tail of the lion skin subly placed on the tail of the horse. The lions head in the neck below the mouth of the animal. Possibly a depiction of a parade horse. A rare item.
|Dating||Roman Imperial 27 B.C. – 565 A.D.|
|Provenance||English private collection acquired before 1980|
|Size||Long. 7,7 cm. High. 7,6 cm.|