Seller: lepanese (968) 100%, Location: New York, New York, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 371680685657 Details: Roman bronze votive plaque of Zeus in a temple (shrine), with arched pediment supported by columns, 100-300 AD.Cast bronze decorative inlay in square form depicting in relief Zeus, the supreme god, god of the sky and weather, standing in a temple, holding a scepter in his left hand and a paten in his right hand. Close to his right arm, stands an eagle with its head turned toward him. On the lower right stands Mercury, the messenger god and god of merchants, wearing a cloak over his arm holding his purse and caduceus. On his left, stands Nike, goddess of victory, holding in her left hand two grains of wheat.the temple with two columns on the sides and a triangular top, with the face of a goddess in the center, and stars and a crescent above. Comes with a custom-made stand.Height: 11.5 cm. (height with stand: 15 cm.).Unique piece. Visit My eBay Store: PHOENICIA HOLYLAND ANTIQUITIES Our policy: If you have any questions, please ask before you bid or buy. We ship worldwide.All our items are guaranteed authentic as described. For international shipping, we ship via registered mail, if you wish to have your item(s) shipped via another method, please let us know and we will adjust the shipping fees on the invoice accordingly. NY resident must pay 8.375% for sales tax. All our items come with Certificate of Authenticity. No returns except for authenticity (which you will never have a problem with)returns are only accepted within 14 days of receiving the item, buyer pays shipping both ways.