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Byzantine cross | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Byzantine cross | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Ancient Byzantine Jewelry Selection   (patina is a tarnish on metal exposed to oxidation, but i love playing with it as a color)

Ancient Byzantine Jewelry Selection (patina is a tarnish on metal exposed to oxidation, but i love playing with it as a color)

Ancient Byzantine gold and garnet pendant, 4th century AD

Rare Ancient Byzantine Gold & Garnet Pendant century AD Price: Item Number: 5213 Description: A Byzantine Gold Pendant, Circa century AD. This gold pendant evidences the excellent level of metalworking skills of the ancient goldsmiths.

Early Byzantine Period, Circa 3rd - 5th c. CE Dimensions: 2,8 x 1,8 cm Material: Glass & Gold Condition: Intact Region: Western Asia

Early Byzantine Period, Circa - c. CE Dimensions: x cm Material: Glass & Gold Condition: Intact Region: Western Asia

This powerful Byzantine medieval gold ring is featuring an ancient symbol of good luck - the quatrefoil.    Circa 10th - 11th century.    The ring is set with a cabochon black onyx in an openwork quatrefoil-shaped bezel.

A powerful Byzantine medieval gold ring featuring an ancient symbol of good luck-the quatrefoil.

Sadigh Gallery Ancient Byzantine Glass | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Ancient Byzantine. Green iridescent glass bottle with rolled rim, linear wrap design on neck. Some Incrustation. 600-900 AD(7 ½" x 4 ½")

Ancient Byzantine Glass Vessel Green iridescent glass bottle with rolled rim, linear wrap design on neck.

The ancient Byzantine monastery in Kursi, on the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee, was built on the site that has been identified by tradition as the place where Jesus healed two men possessed by demons ("Miracle Of The Swines" Matthew 8: 28–33).

The ancient Byzantine monastery in Kursi, on the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee, was built on the site that has been identified by tradition as the place where Jesus healed two men possessed by demons ("Miracle Of The Swines" Matthew

The Dead Cities in Syria:  Ancient Byzantine ruins tell of prosperous communities that were abandoned. Soil erosion ended the fertility of the area that supported a large population.  This site is near Aleppo, Syria.  by JC Richardson

The Dead Cities in Syria: Ancient Byzantine ruins tell of prosperous communities that were abandoned. Soil erosion ended the fertility of the area that supported a large population. This site is near Aleppo, Syria. by JC Richardson

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