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Roman Historical Giftware
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Roman Gold Coin Pin Badge 3.25 each
Roman Gold Coin Pin Badge
Reproduction Roman Aureus coin supplied on a pin with clasp. The information on the reverse of the card explains how Rome grew from a small town into a powerful city and empire.
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Roman Infantryman Helmet Pencil Topper 2.90 each
Roman Infantryman Helmet Pencil Topper
A Roman Infantryman helmet made from pewter and mounted on top of a black pencil. The pencil is printed with the latin Veni Vidi Vici, I came, I saw, I conquered.
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Roman Leather Single Plaited Bracelet 4.05 each
Roman Leather Single Plaited Bracelet
This Roman style leather plaited bracelet comes in two styles and is supplied on a card.
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Roman Life Transfer Pack 3.45 each
Roman Life Transfer Pack
A full colour A4 Roman forum scene with a set of rub down transfers. The back of the card has an image to colour in and educational information.
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Roman Magnetic Word Kit 2.75 each
Roman Magnetic Word Kit
A sheet of magnetic words with a Roman theme presented on an information card, which explains what the Roman words mean.
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Roman Medusa Pendant - Gold Plated 6.50 each
Roman Medusa Pendant - Gold Plated
A gold plated Medusa pendant supplied on a silver chain. The information on the reverse of the fold-over card describes how Roman jewellery was created with Greek and Etruscan influences.
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Roman Medusa Pendant - Pewter 4.90 each
Roman Medusa Pendant - Pewter
A pewter Medusa pendant supplied on a silver chain. The information on the reverse of the fold-over card describes how Roman jewellery was created with Greek and Etruscan influences.
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Roman Octopus Pendant - Pewter 2.90 each
Roman Octopus Pendant - Pewter
Pewter Roman octopus supplied on a waxed cord. The information on the reverse of the card explains how the Romans loved jewellery and how wildlife featured in their art.
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