The bronze original was found in Aventicum Roman City, of uncertain date. Avenches, Switzerland. Height 53mm
The bronze original was found in Aventicum Roman City. Avenches, Switzerland. Height 42mm
The original iron pointerwith bronze terminal, from early 2nd century AD, was found in the palatial Hadrianic wooden building. Probably a map or plan pointer. Vindolanda Museum, Northumberland. Length 123mm.
The bronze original is said to have been found during the excavation of Coventina's Well, Carrawburgh, onHadrian's Wall in 1876. 2nd century AD. Chester's Museum, Northumberland. Height 42mm
The original bronze figure was found in 1959 at Verulamium, St. Albans. Now in Verulamium Museum, St. Albans, Hertfordshire. 20cm high. Cast bronze on marble base.
Excavated from a cremation burial at Aston, Hertfordshire by Welwyn Archaeological Society. A cockerel is often found at the feet of the figure of Mercury. Probably a cult offering in a temple. 2nd century AD. P&RB Dept. British Museum. Height 60mm
The bronze original was probably made in Gaul but found in 1971 in excavations in St. Albans. The group comprises the figure of Mercury, a Ram, a Cock and a Tortoise, upon a pedestal. He is a patron of Commerce. 2nd century AD. The original may be seen in Verulamium Museum, St. Albans, Hertfordshire. Height…
Reconstruction to Prof. M. Jope's interpretation to include the spine missing from the original which may be seen at the British Museum. 1st century BC. Length 72mm