“Teutoboch and German Servants”

Catalog No. 514

Pottery, relief, 3.0L, pewter lid.

Text:
“Rein der Trank — Stark die Hand — Wahr das Wort”
(Pure the drink — Strong the hand — True the word)

Teutoboch (or Teutobachus) was a warlord of the Cimbri, an early Teutonic tribe. He was captured by the Roman Consul Gaius Marius following a Roman victory in a major battle at Aquae Sextiae (the present-day city of Aix-en-Provence in France) in 101 B.C.

Master stein to No. 516. See also No. 515.

Price Ranges
Full-color: $175-$250
Ltd-color: $150-$225

     
     
DB 514
DB 514

 
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