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Byzantine Gold Earrings, 5th-7th Century AD.  With garnet and glass cabochons and glass beads.

Byzantine Gold Earrings, Century AD With garnet and glass cabochons and glass beads

Phoenician gold and glass necklace found at Tharros. 4th century B.C. Tharros, Sardinia, Italy Trustees of the British Museum.

ancientpeoples: “ Gold and Glass Necklace Grave Tharros Phoenician Century BC Length: 31 cm Necklace with three gold pendants including one of Hathor and 40 glass beads.

AN AKKADIAN LAPIS LAZULI CYLINDER SEAL  Circa 2334-2154 B.C.  With a contest scene of two pairs, each with a rearing lion grappling with an inverted bull, a stylized tree between them, the cylinder with modern gold caps, now the central element of a necklace of ancient lapis lazuli beads and later gilt silver beads with granulation 1 3/8 in. (3.5 cm) long

Akkadian Lapis Lazuli Cylinder Seal, ca. cylinder with modern gold caps, now the focal bead in a necklace of ancient lapis lazuli beads and added later gilt silver beads with granulation.

nextecuiltentetl: “ Roman gold earrings with garnet cabochons. 1st - 3rd century A. D. ”

Pair Of Earrings - Roman -- Century CE -- Gold & Garnet -- Each consists of a sphere decorated with beads and cabochons of garnet, which are suspended four-leaf plant completed five fruits. Hinged clasp -- Via Pierre Berge & Associates

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