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A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING, CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C. Solid-cast with a plain hoop, rounded on the exterior and bevelled on the interior, expanding at the shoulders to the large round bezel, engraved with a siren standing on a short groundline, playing the aulos, her wings upraised. .15/16 in. (2.3 cm.) wide
A GRAECO-PERSIAN GOLD FINGER RING CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C. Stirrup-shaped, the plain hoop slightly rounded on the interior and exterior, expanding at the shoulders to the oval bezel, engraved with a bearded male sphinx standing in profile to the left, his sickle-shaped wings upraised, enhanced by punched dots, his leonine tail upturned, wearing a tall crown in. (1.8 cm.) long; ring size 6¼
GARMENT ORNAMENT Gold disc with octopus. The tiny hole denotes that it was sewn on a luxurious garment. Mycenae, Grave Circle A, Grave III, 16th C. BC. Athens, national Archaeological Museum, Prehistoric Collection
Daniela contreras Fibulae is an ancient safety pin used by the Greeks in order to secure chitons.
Finger ring Gold, Garnet Mtskheta. Museum Museum of Georgia Collection Archaeology Period 2nd-3rd centuries A.D