ROMAN DICE: Reproduction of Actual Roman Die from 300 AD 24K Gold Plate (1 Set 2 Dice)

ROMAN DICE: Reproduction of Actual Roman Die from 300 AD 24K Gold Plate (1 Set 2 Dice)


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Solid Highest Quality Pewter, 24K Gold Plate


(1 pair, 2 Dice)

These dice are an exact reproduction of a of Roman Die dating back to 100A.D. They are cast in solid lead free pewter and plated in 24K gold.

THESE ARE NOT ANCIENT DICE. They are made of the highest quality, Lead & Nickel Free Pewter and Most are Available with an Antique Silver Finish or Real 24 K Gold Plate. They are accurately detailed in size and images. The Coins have been molded from Museum Quality Reproductions.

Dice are the oldest gambling instruments known to man. Sophocles, the Greek poet, claimed that dice were invented by the Greek, Palamedes, during the siege of Troy in 484 BC. Palamedes is said to have dedicated the first set of dice to Tyche, the Goddess of luck & fortune.
Ivory dice from at least 1400B.C. were uncovered in Egypt. The six sided dice of today evolved from ankle bones, often called knuckle bones, of hoofed animals. Dice are still called “bones” thus playing with dice is still known as “rolling the bones”. The Romans called the six sided dice Tesserea. Roman soldiers would hide the dice in their mouths. Playing dice games while on duty was frowned upon even in 100B.C. Since 900 B.C., six sided dice opposite sides add up to 7. (1:6, 2:5, 3:4 )

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Emma Tyler Dec 11, 2019

Kayla Hood Nov 16, 2019

5 out of 5 stars
Oh my Goddess, she's beautiful!

I had been searching all over Etsy for something like this and was going to just get a regular coin and make my own pendant until I realized the sides would likely be reversed.

I came upon this by accident and was immediately sold.
It's so perfect. I absolutely love it.
Thank you very much! 😍🦉

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