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Reproduction of a Tessera Hospitalis

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    Reproduction of a Tessera Hospitalis dating from the first century B.C - first century A.C. It was found in the province of Teruel (Spain) , and it is currently at the Museo Arqueológico Nacional of Madrid. It is made in the shape of two hands shaking. 

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Measures 9x 4 x 1 cm
Weight 168 g
Origin Madrid (Spain)
Made of Bronze plated zamak

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    The tesseras  were used in the Iberian and Roman world. It was a token of friendship, help pacts, and protection between different comunities. They usually had two pieces. Each party kept a piece of it and they carried it whenever they had to cross foreign territory to kept them from evil.  The tesseras had varied forms; hands , zoomorphic figures such as bulls, wild board, dolphins and horses.  

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Reproduction of a Tessera Hospitalis

Reproduction of a Tessera Hospitalis

    Reproduction of a Tessera Hospitalis dating from the first century B.C - first century A.C. It was found in the province of Teruel (Spain) , and it is currently at the Museo Arqueológico Nacional of Madrid. It is made in the shape of two hands shaking. 

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