Cameo of the childhood of Dionysus, 1st century BC (agate and onyx)
Satyr with the child Dionysus. Cameo. Sardonyx-agate. 1st century B.C. Inv. No. 25880. Naples, National Archaeological Museum.
Roman cameo of Bacchus on a chariot pulled by Psyche. The cameo was made out of onyx and sardonyx and is dated from the 1st century A.D.
Apollo and Artemis. Sardonyx. 1st century B.C. 2.4 × 2.2 cm.
Cameo with the wedding of Cupid and Psyche, or an initiation rite Roman Late Republican or Early Imperial Period, mid 1st–late 1st century B.C., Signed by Tryphon | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
August, Livia and Nero. Sardonyx. Mid-1st century. Diameter 8.3 cm. Reworked twice: in the fifties of the 3rd century and during the Renaissance period. Inv. No Ж 149. Saint-Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
Cameo of the Fall of Icarus. Italy. Late 16th - early 17th century. Agate - onyx, gold. Saint-Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.