Macedonian Shield Paper Weight

Macedonian Shield Paper Weight


The Macedonian shield (aspis) was the symbol of a dynasty that reached the extremities of the earth and the main defensive weapon of the army of Philip II of Macedon and Alexander the Great. Made of copper or brass, it consisted of successive leather disks sewn together and fixed on a wooden or metal frame. It was often decorated with celestial symbols and references to the cosmological nature of the Macedonian dynasty.


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Dimensions: Ø 8.5 cm


Delivery time: 1-5 days
Returns: 14 days

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