Imperium Tabulanum skateboard


ca. 23 B.C.

Attributed to Rom av.JC

The ancient engraving “Imperium Tabulanum”, attributed to the artist Rom BC, refers to the conquest of the Roman Empire and a very specific legion. Passionate about skateboarding and its history, the latter always approached the emblems of this culture. The first sign that led archaeologists to this conclusion was the presence of the symbol of skate art: the Disturb House Museum coat of arms.

Hidden within it are references to the following skate graphics: Kendall Snake, Ripper, Screaming Hand, Caballero Ban This and Per Welinder Skull. Special elements such as the tip of the pilum (javelin in French) which has a truck shape at the end, or the seat tower in the shape of a skateboard. This board is a limited edition of 20 and is sold with a Tigerclaw Supplies wall hanger.

Title: Imperium Tabulanum

Artist: Attributed to Rom av.JC

Period: Archaic

Date: ca. 23 B.C.

Culture: Greek, Attic

Medium: Skateboards; engraving

Dimensions: H. 31 in. (80 cm)
length 8.25 in. (21 cm)

Classification: Skateboards

In stock


Additional information

Weight 1,2 kg
Dimensions 80 × 21 × 1 cm