Roman Cameo with hand pinching an ear Circa A. 400 - Modern mount Agate and gold, cameo set in a modern mount. The Greek inscription reads: “Remember me, your dear sweetheart, and fare well, Sophronios
Bracelet Roman, A. 300 - 400 A heavy gold band elaborated by colored stones and glass forms this massive gold bracelet. The bracelet was made in two pieces, which were then hinged and secured with a pin decorated with green glass. The edges of the.
Une bague de mariage dans l'empire Byzantin - 1200
Golden rings of the ancient world: examples from Rome, Greece and Egypt. 1 - The Roman ring in the form of a snake dates to the century AD. (The Walters Art Museum). The Greek example dates to the century BC.
Ring inscribed with a dedication to Hera (goddess of marriage), Greek, Argos, about 575 BC. ““Harriknidas dedicated [this] to the goddess white-armed Hera” declare the words on this simple, gold-plated silver ring. At first the ring was decorated.