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Gold necklace ca. century B. The ribbon of intricate linked chains is decorated with a central medallion of Dionysos flanked by other pendant ornaments. It is not a true necklace but a hormos (collar) that was pinned to the clothing across the chest.

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Earring with Openwork, Byzantium, early Byzantine period, Century gold with a rock crystal bead,

Gold necklace set with garnets and glass paste. From Palaiokastro, Thessaly.   Late 2th-early 1st century BC.  Athens, National Archaeological Museum, XP 940.

Greek Jewellery - 5000 years of tradition - Ancient Greek Jewelry Viking knit

Ancient Greek earrings with garnets, granulation

Victorian Greek Revival earrings with garnets, granulation

Medallion of Dionysos and other ornaments forming a hormos (necklace).    Ancient Greek, 4th century BC, made of gold and silver.

Medallion of Dionysos and other ornaments forming a hormos (necklace). Ancient Greek, century BC, made of gold and silver. Courtesy & currently located at the The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Photo taken by Marie-Lan Nguyen

Eastern Roman gold necklace with agate pendant.  1st century B.C. - 1st century A.D.

Eastern Roman gold necklace with agate pendant

Check out the weave on this necklace!  Necklace, Late Hellenistic, 1st century b.c. Greek  Gold, garnet, agate

Gold, garnet, and agate necklace and earrings

Necklace, Late Hellenistic, century B. Greek gold, garnet, and agate. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Necklace with bow of Heracles - glass paste , gold. Hellenistic period (323-31 B.C). | Louvre Museum.

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Gold & almandine. Rostov region, Russia.  Almandine is the most common member of the Garnet group. It is also a popular gemstone and the most widely used Garnet in the gem trade today. Found 1987.

ca century BCE. Mound Gross I. Burial Mound Burial I.

Necklace with Relief Pendant - Roman, A.D. 200 - 400.

theancientwayoflife: “~Necklace with Pendant. Artist/Maker: Unknown Culture: Roman Place: Roman Empire (Place created) Date: 250 - 400 Medium: Gold, garnet, emerald, glass ”

Greece. Hellenistic Gold Necklace with Pendant. Circa late 4th-3rd Centuries B.C. A loop-in-loop chain beautifully displays the disk pendant with a cabochon garnet centrally set within a shield-like convexity. A similar necklace can be found and described inCatalogue of the Jewellery, Greek, Etuscan, and Roman, in the Departments of Antiquities, British Museum, by Marshall, #2062. 18 1/4 in. (46.4 cm. in length). Weight: 15.1 grams.

Hellenistic Gold Necklace with Pendant, red stone at center. Circa late Centuries B.

* A Hellenistic Gold and Faience Necklace, 1st century BC

A Hellenistic Gold and Faience Necklace, 1st century BC

At the center of this beautiful high carat gold and blue faience necklace hangs a broad lentil shaped pendant (bulla) which is constructed from two halves and suspended by a loop.

Necklace, German, 4th century.

) Second Half Century AD Gold, Glaseinlage

Greek gold necklace, 4th century BCE | Gold resize

Gold Necklace -- Greek -- Century BCE -- No further reference provided.

Gold Chain and Amulet (detail of amulet), A.D. 600s, Byzantine, made in Lesbos, Greece. Gold. Image courtesy of the Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens

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Gold Chain and Amulet (detail of amulet), A. Byzantine, made in Lesbos, Greece. Image courtesy of the Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens

Gold necklace from the Egyptian Nineteenth Dynasty This collar was found in an unfinished chamber in the Valley of the Kings, KV 56, with other objects bearing the names of Ramses II, Seti II and Tausret. The filigree collar is composed of pendants in form of lilies, which alternate with small balls. All the components are made of gold. Another group of components of the same collar is on display in the Metropolitan Museum of New York.

Gold necklace from Egyptian dynasty

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