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Macedonian Gold - Thessaloniki Museum diadem

Macedonian Gold - Thessaloniki Museum diadem So intricate, the workmanship is amazing ~

Archaeological Museum of Delphi:Remnants of three chryselephantine statues depicting perhaps the Delian triad- Apollo, Artemis, Leto. The statues were riveted to a wooden core with the faces, hands and feet rendered in ivory with golden decorations and jewellery. Apollo’s and Artemis’ features have been restored with wax but retain their original characteristics. The statues are probably the work of an Ionian or Samian workshop (6th century B.C).

Archaeological Museum of Delphi: “ Remnants of three chryselephantine statues depicting perhaps the Delian triad- Apollo, Artemis, Leto. The statues were riveted to a wooden core with the faces, hands.

Hilal, Altın Hellenistik Dönem. MÖ 1. yy-Makedonya

Hellenistic Gold Crescent Pendant, c. Century BC This pendant, which takes the shape of a faceted crescent, is partly decorated with granulated triangles. Three five-petal rosettes embellish the joins between the hoop and the pyramid-shaped.

A fine Greek Pendant ca 3rd century BC.  In the form of a disk with a raised central boss adorned with filigree and granulation, framed by bands of twisted and plain wire filigree and granulation, joined to a crescent, the tips both terminating in a three-petal rosette above inverted pyramids of granulation, the suspension loop fronted by a two-tiered rosette centered by a granule.

A fine Greek Gold Pendant, Hellenistic Period, ca 3rd century BC

Crown of gold leaves and rosettes, used for banquet or funerary purposes; Ancient Rome,250-200 B.C.

macedonian gold -hold a sword and wreath in each hand, reversed. From Bolsena (made in Taranto), century BCE.

A fifth-century B.C. gold wreath from a Hellenistic tomb exhibited in Dion Archaeological Museum near Thessaloniki

gold wreath from a Hellenistic tomb exhibited in Dion Archaeological Museum near Thessaloníki.

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