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A stunning compilation of stamps, stories and images curated in partnership with the British Museum.
A beautifully presented fold-out pack written by the museum’s Weston Curator of Roman Britain, Richard Hobbs, explores the period’s lasting legacy.
Discover important sites and historical artefacts that reveal Rome’s profound impact on our nation’s society, laws, language, art, architecture, culture and beliefs.
This fact-filled souvenir includes all eight Special Stamps featuring Roman sites and artefacts that remain in Britain today.
Two First Class stamps, two Second Class stamps, two £1.68 stamps and two £1.63 stamps.
Dover Lighthouse The UK’s tallest standing Roman building. Second Class
Bignor mosaic Depicts Venus, Roman goddess of love. Second Class
Amffitheatr yng Nghaer Isca, Caerllion Amphitheatre at Isca Fortress, Caerleon. First Class
Ribchester helmet Worn at displays of Roman horsemanship. First Class
Bridgeness distance slab Records the building of the Antonine Wall. £1.63
Warrior god, Cambridgeshire Romano-British copper-alloy statuette. £1.63
Gorgon’s head, Bath Sited at the spring sacred to Sulis Minerva. £1.68
Hadrian’s Wall The northwest frontier of Rome’s empire. £1.68