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Ancient world jewellery  V museum  Armlet in the form of a snake, maker unknown, AD 1-100. Museum no. 631-1884

Armlet in the form of a snake, maker unknown, AD © Victoria & Albert Museum, London

AN EGYPTIAN GOLD SNAKE BRACELET   Ptolemaic Period, 304-30 B.C.   Formed from a solid rod, lenticular in section, curved into an open hoop that forms the body of a snake, its head curved back and projecting outward, the tail coiled into two opposing loops, the scales of head and tail, both the top and underside, indicated by chasing and punching, with a triangular head, the eyes beaded  3 in. (7.6 cm.) wide

AN EGYPTIAN GOLD SNAKE BRACELET Ptolemaic Period, B. Given to Lord Edward Gleichen, British Ambassador to Egypt, in appreciation for his fund-raising efforts on behalf of the opening of the tomb of Tutankhamun.

A ROMAN GOLD SNAKE RING   CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.   The body formed of coiled alternating plain and beaded wire, the neck twisted into a figure-of-eight, the tail coiled into two spiral loops, details on the head delineated  7/8 in. (2.2 cm.) long

A ROMAN GOLD SNAKE RING CIRCA CENTURY CENTURY A. The body formed of coiled alternating plain and beaded wire, the neck twisted into a figure-of-eight, the tail coiled into two spiral loops, details on the head delineated in.

Ring with busts of Ptah (?) and a female consort twisted so as to form a bezel    Period:      Roman Period  Date:      A.D. 1st–2nd century  Geography:      Egypt  Medium:      gold  Dimensions:      2.6 x 2 cm (1 x 13/16 in.)

Ring with bezel in the form of a bust of Serapis Period: Ptolemaic or Roman Period Date: century B. century Geography: From Egypt, Alexandria Region, Alexandria Met Museum

Roman Gold Snake Armband (A gold armband in the form of a snake from Pompeii. 1st Century Roman displayed in the Museo...)

Roman Gold Snake Armband (A gold armband in the form of a snake from Pompeii. Century Roman displayed in the Museo.

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Gold Snake Armlet, Designed by Lawrence Alma-Tadema for His Wife Laura.

Ancient Egyptian snake bracelets were worn by the priestesses whom leant and practiced the arts of sacred sexuality

Snake bracelet, Egypt, B. Beautiful gold Egyptian Accessory most likely worn by someone of high status.

Snake Armlet Roman 1st century BCE Gold, Photographed at the Dallas Museum of Art in Dallas, Texas. By mharrsch (Mary Harrsch) via Flickr

Snake Armlet Roman century BCE Gold (would also be a cool birthday trinket, ahem.

Snake Ring, Period: Roman Period, Date: A.D. 1st century, Geography: From Egypt, Medium: Gold

Snake ring Period: Roman Period Date: A. century Geography: From Egypt Medium: Gold Dimensions: Diam: in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Helen Miller Gould, 1910 Accession Number:

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