Jenő Ladányi

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Two thousand years ago the southern half of the Netherlands formed part of the Roman Empire. For centuries now, Roman artefacts have been discovered in this area. Some Roman horsemen wore such masks attached to their helmets, glittering like bronze rider gods at parades and tournaments. The mask also served to frighten the enemy during battle.

Roman bronze horserider's mask, AD Found in Leiden, on the grounds of former roman fortress Matilo in 1996 The Netherlands. Roman Period, 80 - 125 Leiden Museum of Antiquities

De erotische afbeelding op een Romeinse kruik die gevonden is onder de kelders van Paushuize.

De erotische afbeelding op een Romeinse kruik die gevonden is onder de kelders van Paushuize.

Lead-Glazed Skyphos (Getty Museum) Unknown  Greek or Roman, Asia Minor, 50 B.C. - A.D. 50  Terracotta

Lead-Glazed Skyphos (Getty Museum) Unknown Greek or Roman, Asia Minor, 50 B.

Di Penates

Penates are household gods that were worshiped in conjunction with vesta and the lares

Samian ware from Yewden. This was a mortar. Roman

Samian ware from Yewden. This was a mortar

Silver aryballus (oil flask) with repousse decoration depicting Nereids riding tritons Roman 2nd century CE

Silver aryballus (oil flask) with repousse decoration depicting Nereids riding tritons Roman century CE